Learn about the general guidelines for reopening all businesses and industries released by the seven counties that make up the Orlando region.
On the heels of Governor DeSantis’ executive order calling for a phased approach to reopen the Florida economy, the seven counties that make up the Orlando region released general guidelines for reopening all businesses and industries.
Co-Chaired by Orlando Economic Partnership President and CEO Tim Giuliani, the Orange County Economic Recovery Task Force outlined a plan to phase the Orlando region’s economy into recovery with an emphasis on safety and wellbeing. The guidelines for reopening include:
- Practice social distancing
- Stay home when feeling sick
- Wear protective face covering
- Conduct health screenings
- Sanitize and wash hands frequently
- High-risk individuals should shelter and work from home whenever possible
- Recommend temperature check for all staff. If there’s a temperature of 100 degrees or above they must go home
You can find more information about steps being taken around the region below:
Guidelines for Lake County include the development and implementation of appropriate policies, in accordance with federal, state and local regulations and guidance, and informed by industry best practices. They can be found here.
Osceola County is continuing to respond to COVID-19 and basing recovery efforts on updates from Governor DeSantis regarding reopening the state in a phased approach as outlined by Executive Order 20-112.
Volusia County Government has issued Relaunch Volusia, a plan that outlines the phased reopening of facilities and services. Note that this plan may be adjusted as necessary based on the situational status of the county. Read the Relaunch Volusia plan.
Guidance for individuals
COVID-19 Business Resource Center
Find more information on how the Orlando is responding to COVID-19 in our Business Resource Center.