Now, vaccines are being distributed all over the country to specific groups of people. For those of you in Osceola County looking to get the vaccine, there’s a new and easier way to pre-register.
With Hurricane Isaias pressing northwest in the Atlantic, the U.S. National Weather Service has just issued a Tropical Storm Warning for Orlando, Florida in effect until Saturday, 1:00 AM EDT.
Officials have been already been taking extra precautions in Orlando by instituting curfews and stay-at-home orders. But, now, your next trip to the grocery store for some Disney and Pixar ice cream is about to look a lot different.
Update: As of April 17th, the governor has allowed some beaches and parks to reopen. Gatherings of 50 or more people are prohibited and social distancing must be practiced.
But today, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has announced a 30-day stay at home order for all of Flordia. This order begins on April 2nd at midnight.
As many Central Florida residents and those who have been following along with our coverage already know, both Osceola and Orange County have recently issued a stay at home order that will go into effect this evening at 11 PM.
Due to its location between both counties, the entirety of the Walt Disney World Resort falls under these laws, which only permit travel for essential businesses, supply shopping, and medical care for the next two weeks.
On top of Disney World closing, Florida officials have been working together to do everything they can to protect the people living there.