Hendry County Emergency Management

VACCINATION INFORMATION  |   TESTING INFORMATION

COVID 19 - VACCINATION INFORMATION

The Hendry/Glades Health Department does not have vaccines at this time and is unable to schedule appointments.
 

Once additional vaccines are received, the Health Department and Hendry County Emergency Management will provide appointment information.
 

Please continue to check the Hendry County Emergency Management Facebook page along with preparehendry.com for information.

 


COVID VACCINATION AND TESTING:

Please COMPLETE THE CONSENT FORM (click here to access form) that MUST be filled out and brought to the Health Department to check-in for the appointment.  The form is fillable online and must be printed and taken to the vaccination site before you will be given the vaccination. There is a different form for Hendry and Glades, so make sure that you use the correct form.


Although the distribution dates and times will change in coming weeks, the plan is to offer vaccinations by appointment only at the Health Departments in Hendry & Glades Counties. Additional dates and times will be announced when more vaccines and vaccinators become available.
  

The Health Departments will be following the Governor’s Executive Order 20-315.

COVID-19 vaccine shall only be given to the following populations (Must have proper ID):

  • Long-term care facility residents and staff;

  • Persons 65 years of age and older; and

  • Health care personnel with direct patient contact


VACCINATIONS  LOCATIONS, DATES AND TIMES: 
Please be patient, we are having phone issues due to the volume of calls. If you are in need of an appointment to receive the COVID-19 Vaccine, please call: LaBelle (863) 674-4041, press 00, Clewiston (863) 983-1408, press 00, Moore Haven (863) 946-0707, press 00. Vaccines are by appointment only.   

 
**There are no appointments for vaccinations available at this time, please check back frequently for updated information.**

 

DOWNLOAD CONSENT FORMS HERE
HENDRY COUNTY  |  GLADES COUNTY
HATIIAN/CREOLE FORM  |   SPANISH FORM
GETTING THE MODERNA VACCINE (What to Expect) 


COVID TESTING   LOCATIONS, DATES AND TIMES: 
All testing will be open testing (no appointments necessary and free of charge). Adults and children over the age of 5 can be tested with parental consent.
 

CLEWISTON HEALTH DEPARTMENT
Location:
 Hendry County Health Department
 

1100 S. Olympia, Clewiston, FL 33440, (863) 983-1408 

Friday, January 22nd – 9:000 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

 

MOORE HAVEN HEALTH DEPARTMENT
Location:
 Glades County Health Department

1021 Healthpark Drive, Moore Haven, FL 34471, (863) 946-0707

Monday, January 25th – 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

 

LABELLE HEALTH DEPARTMENT
Location:
 Hendry County Health Department
 

1140 Pratt Blvd. LaBelle, FL 33935, (863) 674-4041 

Monday, February 1st – 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

 

CLEWISTON HEALTH DEPARTMENT
Location:
 Hendry County Health Department
 

1100 S. Olympia, Clewiston, FL 33440, (863) 983-1408 

Monday, February 8th – 9:000 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

 

MOORE HAVEN HEALTH DEPARTMENT
Location:
 Glades County Health Department

1021 Healthpark Drive, Moore Haven, FL 34471, (863) 946-0707

Monday, February 15th – 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

 

LABELLE HEALTH DEPARTMENT
Location:
 Hendry County Health Department
 

1140 Pratt Blvd. LaBelle, FL 33935, (863) 674-4041 

Monday, February 22nd – 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

 

CLEWISTON HEALTH DEPARTMENT
Location:
 Hendry County Health Department
 

1100 S. Olympia, Clewiston, FL 33440, (863) 983-1408 

Monday, March 1st – 9:000 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

 


COVID 19 Websites
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
  Hendry/Glades 863.674-4041
Respuesta al nuevo coronavirus2019 (COVID-19)

CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION (CDC)

CENTROS PARA EL CONTROL Y LA PREVENCION
CDC NEWSROOM
CDC INTERIM GUIDANCE FOR HOME CARE
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT COVID-19

FACTS ABOUT CORONAVIRUS

BUSINESSES:
The CARES Act - Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security for businesses 


 

 

 


 

 HENDRY COUNTY DECLARES LOCAL STATE OF EMERGENCY 

click to view declaration.

A local state of emergency is a situation in which a local government is empowered to perform actions or impose policies that it would normally not be permitted to undertake when disaster is imminent and severe enough to require state or federal aid to supplement local resources. A government can declare such a state during a natural disaster, medical pandemics/epidemics, civil unrest, or armed conflict. Such declarations alert citizens of the emergency and orders government agencies to implement emergency plans to help prevent or alleviate damages, loss, hardship or suffering. Through those activities taken to protect its citizens It also enables the local government to immediately obtain resources available to rescue, evacuate, shelter or provide essential commodities (ie., fuel, food etc.) and make  reimbursement easier to claim from the federal government supporting all of the local initiatives.

 Should I Get Tested For COVID-19 and how should I get tested? Florida Department of Health has guidance. Learn more.

  • If your travel history has not put you at risk, take note: If you have been in close contact with someone who may have or had COVID-19, and you have symptoms of fever, cough or shortness of breath, or you have an underlying medical condition like diabetes or heart disease, or a history of cancer.

  • Call, do not visit, your County Health Department (CHD) or health care provider. It’s IMPORTANT to call ahead before visiting your CHD or health care provider. Offices must take proper steps to avoid further spread of COVID-19 when a concerned patient arrives for a medical appointment.

  • How testing is done. A person who is tested will have three specimens taken: oral, nasal and saliva. Samples will be given to the CHD and from there, shipped or delivered to the closest laboratory. Test results are available within 24–48 hours.  


Stay Informed on COVID-19:
In coordination with the Florida Department of Health (FDOH) in Hendry County, the County recommends the following sources to assist with community mitigation and preparedness. While health experts are working around the clock to learn more about COVID-19, you can also stay informed as new information becomes available.

Also, FDOH has activated a 24/7 COVID-19 call center at (866) 779-6121. Hendry County residents can also call the County Health Department at 863.674-4041, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Also, the best resource for Florida-specific COVID-19 information remains the following FDOH website: www.FLHealth.gov/COVID-19 .

Take Action to Stay Prepared Now is the time to be ready and reflect on your personal preparedness and plans. At this time, experts do not recommend social distancing or isolating yourself unless you are sick or suspect transmission. To remain well, practice good hygiene measures like washing your hands and using hand sanitizer with an alcohol content of 60 percent or greater. Also, it is not too late in the season to receive a flu vaccine, as recommended by the CDC. Getting sick back-to-back (from flu and another respiratory illness such as COVID-19) can be severely challenging. Mitigate your risk now.

According to the CDC, the most effective ways to prevent transmission of not only COVID-19 but any respiratory illness is to avoid being exposed by washing your hands and cleaning regularly used surfaces (more info can be found here).

For local businesses, the CDC also recommends the following guidance to prevent workplace exposures to acute respiratory illnesses in non-healthcare settings. These guidelines discuss sick leave, doctor’s notes, telecommuting and other considerations.

Also, if you are a business owner, please consider posting proper handwashing posters and signs in your bathroom locations to encourage good hygiene.


HENDRY COUNTY -The Emergency Alert Program will alert you when emergencies and other important community news happens.  By signing up for the Hendry County Emergency Alert Program it will enable us to provide you with critical information quickly in a variety of situations, such as severe weather, unexpected road closures, missing persons and evacuations of buildings or neighborhoods.  You will receive time-sensitive messages wherever you specify, such as your home, mobile or business phones, email address, text messages and more. 


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ALERTS HERE 

  DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH - Information

Boiled Water Advisory-FAQ's
Carbon Monoxide-Storm Information
Carbon Monoxide-FAQ's
Food Risk
Flood-Septic Information

Food Service at Disasters
Prevent Mosquito-borne Illness
Proper Sewage Clean-up
Storm Sewage Problems

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  New online web POISONCONTROL digital triage poison center
 

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webPOISONCONTROL is also available as an app for both Android and iPhone. The mobile app has the added feature of product barcode scanning, saving some time for people who need fast answers and have the product packaging nearby.


 

https://www.webpoisoncontrol.org/

Hendry County Emergency Management
4425 West State Road 80
LaBelle, Florida 33935 
863-674-5400





 

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