COVID-19 Coronavirus Resources

CDC Health Guidelines 

How to make a face mask with a t-shirt and two rubber bands, from the Surgeon General. 

COVID-19 Testing in Palm Beach County and Other Resources

 

 

  • Palm Beach County Testing Line: (561) 642-1000

    • Call Health Care District of Palm Beach County testing line: (561) 642-1000. A brief telephone interview will be conducted to determine eligibility for COVID-19 testing. Callers approved for testing will be given an appointment date and time slot for arrival at the testing site. Upon arrival at the site, a rapid check-in procedure will be conducted that will include verification of appointment time. Individuals without appointments will be turned away and directed to call the Health Care District of Palm Beach County to schedule an appointment. The check-in procedures and the testing (swab sample collection) will be conducted through an open window of the vehicle. No one will be permitted to leave their vehicles.

    • Telephone registration and appointment scheduling for COVID-19 testing will begin on Monday, March 30th from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.

    • Individuals requesting testing must be approved and scheduled through telephone screening by the testing line.

    • Address: FITTEAM Ballpark of the Palm Beaches (5444 Haverhill Rd).

  • Results: Testing results will be reported to the Health Care District of Palm Beach County who will notify the patient and the Palm Beach County Health Department. Results can be expected within 2-3 days, however, it may take longer. Individuals testing positive will be advised of isolation and quarantine protocols and referred for medical care if necessary

Mental Health Resources

  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 800-273-8255

  • Disaster Distress Hotline: 800-985-5990

  • Veteran’s Crisis Line: 800-273-8255 Press 1

  • United Way 211 Helpline: 352-332-4636 or Dial 211

Housing Resources

65+ specific resources

  • Elderly Assistance: 800-96-ELDER (800-963-5337)

Travel

  • U.S. State Department — During the COVID-19 pandemic, travelers may face limited mobility — including quarantines and border restrictions. Even countries, jurisdictions, or areas where cases have not been reported may restrict travel without notice.

  • Additional travel guidelines from CDC

  • CDC: Travel FAQs

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