Governor DeSantis said, “More mobile testing sites are coming and hundreds more are being tested each day.”
If you have mild to moderate symptoms (fever, cough or difficulty breathing), call your physician, other healthcare providers or the Florida Department of Health hotline (866-779-6121) as soon as possible. Seek care without exposing others.
If you have Severe symptoms and trouble breathing, Call 911
Call ahead before you visit any care center and let them know that you think you may have COVID-19.
The county’s COVID-19 testing hotline is live and can be reached at Phone: 239-624-4443, OPTION 1
For a Full list of mobile sites in your area and times available, please contact the Florida Department of Health hotline at 866-779-6121 (24 hours a day), or email, COVIDfirstname.lastname@example.org.
Homemade Hand Sanitizer Recipes
Making your own hand sanitizer is a popular mission, now that the shelves are bare. Below are recipes for homemade versions, but we can’t promise that they work. It is recommended by the CDC to use at least 60% alcohol.
Homemade Hand Sanitizer Gel
• 2/3 cup 60 to 99% rubbing (isopropyl or ethanol)
• 1/3 cup 100% pure aloe Vera gel
• Optional: 8-10 drops essential oil for smell
Mix all ingredients well, then place a funnel on an empty hand
sanitizer or soap bottle with. A pump and work the gel through.
Homemade Hand Sanitizer Spray
• 2 ounce spray bottle
• 3 tablespoons 60 to 99% Ethanol or Isopropyl alcohol
• 10 drops of essential oil (lavender, lemon, pine, etc.)
• 5 drops of oil such as jojoba (optional for moisture)
• Distilled water
Combine alcohol, and oils in a spray bottle.
Fill the rest of the bottle with distilled water.
Shake before each use.
Homemade Disinfectant Wipes
• 1 box of unscented baby wipes (PLEASE Label as disinfectant!)
• 1.5 cups 60 to 99% alcohol
• 2 ounces aloe vera gel
• 2 tsp vegetable glycerin
• 1 tsp of essential oils
Mix together in measuring cup and pour over wipes. Make sure the wipes to saturate and soak completely.