Latest Update: November 1, 2021
As of October 27, 2021, Orange County has lifted its local state of emergency. In addition, on October 26, the Florida Department of Health reported that the 14-day positivity average for Orange County is 3.51% which has been trending downward since August.
As a result of the downward trend in positive cases, vaccination percentages and the lifting of Orange County's local state of emergency, effective Monday, November 1, fully-vaccinated employees and visitors to City of Orlando facilities are no longer required to wear a face covering, absent any special circumstances. Those who are not fully vaccinated are encouraged to wear a face covering.