Florida Department of Health reports COVID cases rising in Nassau County

Florida Department of Health
June 25, 2021

Editor’s Note: Today we have posted current COVID information provided by the Florida Dept of Health, and information received from the prior week.  The figures show 49% of those 12 years of age and older of the Nassau County population has been vaccinated, yet the number of COVID cases have increased since the last report.



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terry jones
terry jones(@tjjonez39gmail-com)
2 years ago

to all of u who r & have been non committable to the simple means to protect ALL of US ( masks -wash hands- SHOTS-distancing-etc.- ) the reward of the DELTA VIRUS will soon be coming our way

M Baker
M Baker(@concerned)
2 years ago

We visited on February 12, 2021, looking for a late lunch. We walked in and saw it was a buffet with literally no one wearing masks. Not the patrons, as they were self-serving their food, nor were any of the staff. There were a good 10 people right next to each other around the small buffet, with zero social distancing, breathing on the food and using the same utensils to self-serve. We turned right back around and left. If the staff, at least, can’t follow basic health protocols during Covid, what does the kitchen might look like?

THE review above was posted regarding a visit to the Okefenokee Restaurant, which I had looked up due to a comment by the wildlife expert. I was shocked to read that they were not following Covid protocols, and had a BUFFET! Covid is not over, and the delta variant is the worst. Note that just in Nassau County there has been a big jump in cases. TAKE CARE…