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Please keep up to date with current events by using factual resources and information sent out by your local government agencies.

Florida Department of Health (DOH) #COVID19 Call Center is also available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 1 (866) 779-6121 or email your questions to COVID-19@flhealth.gov.

Follow these pages for relevant info:
City of Tampa
Hillsborough County, Florida Government
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Florida Department of Health (DOH)In an effort to widely disseminate the most timely information related to services affected by COVID-19 coronavirus, Hillsborough County is sharing the following information regarding closings, cancellations, and service: bit.ly/2Ue3bre
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Please keep up to date with current events by using factual resources and information sent out by your local government agencies. 

Florida Department of Health (DOH) #COVID19 Call Center is also available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 1 (866) 779-6121 or email your questions to COVID-19@flhealth.gov.

Follow these pages for relevant info:
City of Tampa
Hillsborough County, Florida Government
CDC
Florida Department of Health (DOH)

Here is a great resource to answer some of your most pressing questions. Dr. Lakshmi is a TGH doctor who you frequently see accompanying the mayor during press conferences related to COVID19. ... See MoreSee Less

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Beverly Morrow

TAMPA FL: We know you have a lot of questions regarding COVID-19. Dr. Lakshmi, an infectious disease expert has answers. Watch: ... See MoreSee Less

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Beverly Morrow

TAMPA FL: We all must do our part to flatten the curve & look out for our community. Watch an important message from Mayor Castor at ... See MoreSee Less

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Get some local, craft beer and help hospitality employees who are impacted financially during this time. Great job by Brew Bus Brewing!Curbside Beer Available Starting Today Until 6pm!! ... See MoreSee Less

Get some local, craft beer and help hospitality employees who are impacted financially during this time. Great job by Brew Bus Brewing!

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Last week our Board Members were able to present a check for $860 to Broward Elementary School to assist their STEM Programming for students (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math). This donation will allow the school to purchase 4 robotics building kits and to further engage students interest in STEM education. The school was previously using borrowed kits on loan to them and this purchase makes sure the children have their own kits to work with!

Thank you to our volunteers who planned and executed the community car show in January. As a result of their hard work and effort we were able to make this donation to Broward and help our local students!
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Last week our Board Members were able to present a check for $860 to Broward Elementary School to assist their STEM Programming for students (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math). This donation will allow the school to purchase 4 robotics building kits and to further engage students interest in STEM education. The school was previously using borrowed kits on loan to them and this purchase makes sure the children have their own kits to work with! 

Thank you to our volunteers who planned and executed the community car show in January. As a result of their hard work and effort we were able to make this donation to Broward and help our local students!

Seminole Heights is well known for its strong community ties and a place where we work very hard to connect, "Neighbor to Neighbor." This is evident every day throughout our neighborhoods when we support our local businesses, social events, and fundraisers. We came together STRONG when faced with random, senseless murders and when hurricanes and strong storms damaged our homes and trees.

Our country and the world are now faced with a pandemic and again it's time to work together, take care of our neighbors, and support our local businesses. We are asking you to check in on your neighbors. Is there someone on your street or in the neighborhood who is elderly, home-bound, in poor health, or struggling financially? Someone who might need groceries or prescriptions filled or help with the running of errands? Maybe there is someone who has lost their income due to business closure. If you know someone who may need assistance, we ask you to "step out and step up" and lend them a hand. How about taking a hot meal to a first responder or a healthcare worker who is already or undoubtedly will be overworked in the days and weeks ahead. Or, if you know of someone needing assistance, but are unable or uncomfortable assisting, please let your neighborhood board representatives know — and we will take it from there.

If you are reading this post and personally need assistance, please let your community leaders know so we can help you.

We are confident Seminole Heights neighbors will continue to take care of each other and Stand United.

Respectfully - the Boards of your Seminole Heights Neighborhoods and the Heights Urban Core Chamber
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Seminole Heights is well known for its strong community ties and a place where we work very hard to connect, Neighbor to Neighbor. This is evident every day throughout our neighborhoods when we support our local businesses, social events, and fundraisers. We came together STRONG when faced with random, senseless murders and when hurricanes and strong storms damaged our homes and trees.

Our country and the world are now faced with a pandemic and again its time to work together, take care of our neighbors, and support our local businesses. We are asking you to check in on your neighbors. Is there someone on your street or in the neighborhood who is elderly, home-bound, in poor health, or struggling financially? Someone who might need groceries or prescriptions filled or help with the running of errands? Maybe there is someone who has lost their income due to business closure. If you know someone who may need assistance, we ask you to step out and step up and lend them a hand. How about taking a hot meal to a first responder or a healthcare worker who is already or undoubtedly will be overworked in the days and weeks ahead. Or, if you know of someone needing assistance, but are unable or uncomfortable assisting, please let your neighborhood board representatives know — and we will take it from there.

If you are reading this post and personally need assistance, please let your community leaders know so we can help you.

We are confident Seminole Heights neighbors will continue to take care of each other and Stand United.

Respectfully - the Boards of your Seminole Heights Neighborhoods and the Heights Urban Core Chamber

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This is indeed all good and well intended. Along with this, a strong reminder that current protocol should be maintained relative to social distancing, hand washing, sanitizing, etc. This would be particularly important when making contact with our elderly neighbors. The process of shopping for groceries, pickup and delivery of medicines or running errands may present risks, however small, but risks nonetheless. Surface contamination is possible particularly with asymptomatic carriers. Arguably health care providers are a high risk group. So, please take all necessary precautions when administering any kind of assistance to those in need.

3 weeks ago

Beverly Morrow

TAMPA FL: If you experience price gauging or scams related to COVID-19 commodities, call the FL hotline at 1-(866)-9NO-SCAM, or 1-866-966-7226. ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

Beverly Morrow

TAMPA FL: The St. Patrick's events scheduled for this Saturday, including Mayor's River O'Green Fest and Rough Riders Parade have been postponed. ... See MoreSee Less

ATTN Voters: Early voting for the presidential primaries is open now through March 15th. Visit bit.ly/PPPEVLocations to find a voting location and make your vote count. ... See MoreSee Less

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