Florida Department of Health March 26 – Nassau County records 3 area deaths due to Coronavirus

Florida Department of Health
March 26, 2021

Editor’s Note:  There were 3 cases of Coronavirus reported on the daily report for Nassau County.

Nassau County Emergency Management:

It is with great sadness and regret that we announce that three new deaths in Nassau County, directly resulting from CoViD-19 complications, have been reported.
These residents were an 81-year-old male, 70-year-old male, and 55-year-old female. This brings the total number of CoViD-related deaths among Nassau County residents to 121.
Nassau EM and Health Department staff send our most sincere condolences to their families and loved ones during this difficult time.
Protecting the public’s health is everyone’s responsibility; it is vital that the community continues to be vigilant in following public health recommendations.
Please – Do your part to slow the spread of respiratory viruses, keep these solemn occasions as rare as possible, and bring an end to the pandemic:
😷 When out in public, wear a well-fitted mask that covers your nose and mouth. A mask with multiple layers is best to protect you and others.
↔ Stay at least 6 ft apart from people who don’t live with you.
🚫 Avoid crowds and any poorly ventilated spaces.
🖐 Wash your hands often.
🩹 AND Get Vaccinated! Schedule your shot on OneNassau.com
Even for those with mild symptoms, CoViD-19 illness can last a very long time.
Take all of these precautions to best protect yourself, your family, your friends, and your neighbors.