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FL-Dept of Health in Orange County shares how to replace a damaged or lost COVID-19 vaccination card

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From the Florida Department of Health in Orange County

The Florida Department of Health (FL-DOH) in Orange County wants to let Orange County residents know if they damaged or lost their COVID-19 CDC Vaccination card they can request a replacement from the Department.

In order to request a replacement card, residents can visit the Department’s website at: http://orange.floridahealth.gov/about-us/expanded-alerts.html. Once there, click on the “Vaccination Replacement Card” drop-down menu. This replacement card offer is ONLY for Orange County, Florida residents.

For those who live in another Florida county, they must seek a replacement card from the Department of Health in the county they reside. If the individual received their COVID-19 Vaccination from the Veterans Administration (VA), they must get their replacement card from the VA.

The FL-DOH in Orange County reported on Wednesday, June 9, 2021 that 54.14 percent of all Orange County residents who are 12+ have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, and the 14-day rolling positivity rate is 4.1 percent. It has been 17 consecutive day that the County’s positivity rate has been below 5 percent.

Other COVID-19 statistics for Orange County include:

144,035– Total number of positive cases since March 2020

1,321 – Total number of resident deaths since March 2020

98 percent – Current recovery rate in Orange County

PHASE 3 OF REOPENING

On Saturday June 5, 2021, the FL-DOH in Orange County measured the County’s 14-day rolling positivity rate below 5 percent for 14 consecutive days, prompting Mayor Demings to lift all local facemask recommendations.

However, residents may still be required to wear a facemask in locations where federal guidelines are observed (courthouse facilities, public transportation, airports), or inside of a private business.

Orange County continues to urge residents to follow the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines in order to keep the County’s positive rate low.

The Florida Department of Health, nationally accredited by the Public Health Accreditation Board, works to protect, promote and improve the health of all people in Florida through integrated state, county and community efforts. Follow on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter at @HealthyFla. For more information about the Florida Department of Health please visit www.FloridaHealth.gov.

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