COVID-19 Info

If you think you or someone in your family might have COVID-19 and are exhibiting respiratory illness symptoms, you should call a healthcare provider. Your healthcare provider will work directly with the Florida Department of Health in Lee County to determine if you need to be tested for COVID-19.

You can call United Way 211 for information and referrals by dialing 2-1-1 or 239-433-3900.

Lee County Testing Sites

Governor’s Executive Order 4/1/2020

Restaurant Employee Relief Fund

Stimulus Check Payment Information    

211 Database 

Center for Disease Control

Lee Health TeleHealth 

Lee County Department of Human and Veteran Services  – Online applications for assistance with past due rent, mortgage, and/or utilities

Reemployment Assistance FAQ COVID-19, formerly known as Unemployment Compensation

Donate to the SWFL Emergency Relief Fund 

Emergency Operations Center Facebook

Emergency Operations Center Website

Florida Department of Health

FL Attorney General Price Gouging Reporting

SW FL Career Source

LeeCares Assistance Programs, Individuals, Small Business Relaunch, PPE for Small Businesses 

LeeCares Assistance Program Childcare Scholarships

Lee County Government

Lee County School District

Lee Health

Lee Health Facebook

Taking Care of Your Behavioral Health During and Infectious Disease Outbreak

Bonita Springs

Cape Coral

Fort Myers

Fort Myers Beach

Lehigh Acres

World Health Organization 

Comcast Internet Essentials Information 

 

Hendry and Glades County’s

Hendry County 

Hendry County Health Department

Hendry County Emergency Operations Center 

City of LaBelle

City of Clewiston

Hendry Regional Medical Center

Glades County

Glades County Health Department

Glades County Emergency Operations Center 

City of Moore Haven

 

Okeechobee County

Okeechobee County

Okeechobee Health Department

Okeechobee School District

211 for Okeechobee