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Manatee County Conditions

As of June 8, the CDC rated the COVID-19 Community Level in Manatee County to be high. View here maps of the COVID-19 levels in Florida counties and in counties across the U.S. on June 8.
  • Cases. In the week ending June 6, there were an average of 290 new cases per day in Manatee, up 17.4% from a week earlier.
  • Positivity. In the week ending June 4, 22% of tests were positive, up 1.1% from a week earlier.
  • Vaccination. As of June 8, 62.3% of seniors had received 2 vaccination shots plus a booster shot.

Safety Protocols

Here are the CDC recommendations for those in areas with a high COVID-19 Community Level: "Wear a mask indoors in public and on public transportation. Stay up to date with COVID-19 vaccines. Get tested if you have symptoms. If you are at high risk for severe illness, consider taking additional precautions." For more information, go to the CDC COVID Data Tracker.
 
Face masks are not currently required on our church campus. We continue to practice social distancing during worship in the sanctuary. For 6' social distancing, just 2 people from the same household may sit at green ribbons on the pews, and 1 person at white ribbons.