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COVID-19 Hotline Open (772) 226-4000

Posted On: April, 8, 2020

Indian River County's COVID-19 hotline is available to take your calls 7-days a week from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. 

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Sebastian Mayor Ed Dodd talks to residents / by Andy Hodges, publisher of Sebastian Daily

Posted On: April, 3, 2020

Informative local video update from Sebastian waterfront with Andy Hodges and Sebastian Mayor Ed Dodd.

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Assistance Programs in Vero Beach, Sebastian & Indian River County, FL

Posted On: April, 1, 2020

Below are resources for Indian River County residents.  If you can spare a couple of bucks, please donate directly to one of the nonprofit websites noted below.  Thank you so much!

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Home Delivery From Farms & Local Specialty Vendors – Easy Online Ordering

Posted On: April, 1, 2020

Two innovative online market places opened offering fresh, produce direct from the farm and delivered to your home.

Treasure Coast Harvest and Farmers Market Drop Off 

 

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Need for charitable services in Indian River grows, social distancing concerns complicate efforts / by Knowhere Treasure Coast

Posted On: March, 31, 2020

As more people in Indian River County find themselves without work during the COVID-19 pandemic, charities that feed and serve the needy are seeing major increases in the demand for their services.

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Gov DeSantis issued Executive Order for all persons in Florida for essential services only - effective 12:01am April 3, 2020

Posted On: March, 31, 2020

Governor DeSantis issued Executive Order #20-91. All persons in Florida shall limit their movements and personal interactions outside of their home to only those necessary to obtain or provide essential services or conduct essential activities.  

 

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Message from Vero Beach, Florida Mayor Tony Young

Posted On: March, 31, 2020

Video message from Mayor Tony Young to Vero Beach residents

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United Way of Indian River County provides $172,000 in pandemic assistance funding to local nonprofits / by Knowhere Treasure Coast

Posted On: March, 29, 2020

Nine agencies serving Indian River County’s needy have received a total of $172,000 to assist people out of work with rent, utilities, food, medicine, and other necessities during the coronavirus pandemic.

 

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Indian River County has many options for outdoor activities while maintaining social distance / Knowhere Treasure Coast

Posted On: March, 25, 2020

The public beaches may be closed because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but there are many opportunities in Indian River County to enjoy the outdoors – while exercising social distancing.

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FREE from Treasure Coast Business – newsletter with latest updates affecting businesses in the region

Posted On: March, 23, 2020

Treasure Coast Business’ parent company, Indian River Magazine Inc. with publisher Gregory Enns at the helm, provides free updates in info-packed weekly newsletter emailed to subscribers weekly.

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