It is imperative that reopened businesses follow the requirements of the
Emergency Order restrictions
, including sanitization including wearing of facial coverings and posting of required signage. Residents must adhere to requirements for social distancing and wearing of
. These important steps will help us stop the spread of COVID-19. If you feel vulnerable, it’s safer for you to stay at home. If you decide to go out, read
from the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) BEFORE you go.
Broward County officials continue to work closely with the Florida Department of Health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Governor's office and the Florida Department of Emergency Management to help residents, visitors and employees weather this health crisis.
Cover Your Face
The CDC recommends and Broward County Emergency Orders require residents and visitors, unless otherwise exempted, to wear a facial covering in public, and to wear it properly, including over the nose and mouth. The facial covering can be constructed of any material, but should utilize CDC guidelines. Disposable face masks and gloves are not recyclable – please dispose of properly.
Observe Social Distancing
Practice “social distancing,” by staying at least six feet from other people. Do not gather in groups and stay out of crowded places. Remember that the elderly and those with underlying medical conditions are especially vulnerable to COVID-19.
Support Local Business, But Report Violations
Residents are encouraged to patronize local businesses that adhere to the guidelines, while continuing to observe responsible personal hygiene, social distancing and the business’ requirements for reopening. Residents can report violations anonymously online at
MyBroward.Broward.org. Select “Request for Service,” enter the location of the violation, and select “COVID-19 Business Complaints” as the Type of Issue. You can also call the Broward County Call Center at 311 or 954-831-4000.
Prevent Infection Spread
Wash your hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, avoid touching your face, and follow Florida Department of Health guidelines for
other preventive measures.
If you are sick, stay home, and follow the advice of your health care provider.