Please check back frequently as things continue to change. We continue to monitor developments in regard to COVID-19 and our communities are following government and health guidelines. Everyone plays a part in lowering the impact within our communities and workplaces – how to protect yourself and others.
Florida's "Safe. Smart. Step-By-Step."
Executive Order 20-139 implementing Phase 2 of the plan went into effect June 5, 2020.
By resolution of the Volusia County Council, everyone working, living, visiting or doing business in Volusia County is encouraged to wear face coverings in any business where social distancing can’t be maintained. The resolution also encourages businesses to prohibit entry of anyone not wearing a face covering.
Daytona Beach - The City of Daytona Beach requires everyone to wear a face covering in any indoor location, other than their home or residence, when maintaining appropriate social distancing is not possible. More information, including penalties and exceptions, is available here: http://www.codb.us/coronavirus.
Other cities with mask ordinances or proclamations currently include Daytona Beach Shores, DeBary, DeLand (required), Deltona, Lake Helen, New Smyrna Beach (required), Orange City (required) and Ormond Beach.
Hotels, motels, inns, resorts, time share projects and vacation rentals are open. Places to Stay
If you have a question about an existing reservation, please contact the property directly.
Our beaches are open. All in-season beach access ramps are open, along with beachfront parks and parking lots. Everyone plays a role in keeping our beaches open and safe. Groups should be 10 people or less, and CDC guidelines should be followed. More information about Volusia County beaches is available at https://www.volusia.org/services/public-protection/emergency-management/pin/coronavirus/beaches.stml
Restaurants and Entertainment Businesses
Restaurants may operate at 50% of indoor seating capacity, full outdoor seating. Social distancing guidelines must be followed. Many area restaurants also offer take-out, with curbside and/or delivery service, too. Check directly with your favorite restaurant for detail.
Entertainment businesses, including but not limited to movie theaters, concert houses, auditoriums, playhouses, bowling alleys, and arcades, may operate at 50% capacity. Social distancing guidelines must be followed. Check directly with the specific venue for details.
On-premises consumption of alcohol at bars is suspended statewide until further notice per order of the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation.
Volusia County/Local Information
For local county information, go to Volusia.org/coronavirus. For health-related questions call the Florida Department of Health Call Center at (866) 779-6121 (available 24/7).
Florida State Parks are open. Some limitations may apply. For more information go to www.floridastateparks.org.
Contact organizers and venues directly for the most up to date information as many changes continue to occur.
Health and Travel Information and Advisories
Daytona Beach International Airport: http://www.flydaytonafirst.com/ready-to-fly/
Visit Florida: https://www.visitflorida.com/en-us/current-travel-safety-information.html
Florida Department of Health (FDOH), including tracking data:
Call (866) 779-6121 (24/7)
Volusia Business Resources: https://www.volusiabusinessresources.com/
Center for Disease Control (CDC): https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/travelers.
CDC Guidance for Businesses: