Below you can view the archive of previous daily snapshots as PDFs, which provide highlights of the day’s local, state and case-related information related to COVID-19.
UPDATE: Martin County continues to work towards providing the community with the most up to date information regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. New guidance from the state and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has prompted changes to our operations. In county owned and operated facilities, COVID-19 restrictions such as face covering requirements, appointment-only operations and temperature checks have been discontinued. Protections such as plexiglass barriers and hand sanitization stations remain in place. Vaccine is widely available throughout the community and, in alignment with the Florida Department of Health, we continue to encourage residents to get vaccinated.
In addition, the “Daily Snapshots” that have been shared on our website throughout the pandemic will be discontinued as of June 1. COVID-19 data will still be available through the Florida Department of Health, Agency for Healthcare Administration and CDC dashboards.
This shift in resources will allow our Emergency Management team to spend more time focusing on hurricane season preparedness and response. Residents are encouraged to begin planning now for hurricane season – know your risk, build a kit, have a plan, stay informed and get involved. martin.fl.us/Readiness