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COVID-19 Advisory #4 - Self-Monitoring Notice

MEDIA ADVISORY

 

 

11th Judicial Circuit of Florida

For Immediate Release

March 13, 2020

Contact:  Eunice Sigler, Director

Office of Government Liaison & Public Relations

Phone (305) 349-7189 Fax (305) 349-7190 Cell (786) 348-7381

 

 

COVID-19 ADVISORY #4

 

 

A person who on Thursday, March 5th, worked in Judge Diana Gonzalez-Whyte’s Courtroom #11-1 and Chambers #1104 of the Dade County Courthouse, 73 West Flagler Street, has self-isolated and sought medical care for flu-like symptoms. The individual has been tested for coronavirus disease COVID-19 and test results are expected by Monday, March 16th.

 

Persons who were in this location on Thursday, March 5th, should follow the self-monitoring steps outlined in the Centers for Disease Control website at: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/php/risk-assessment.html for the next 14 days:

 

  • Remain alert for subjective fever, cough, or difficulty breathing.
  • If they feel feverish or develop cough or difficulty breathing during the self-observation period, they should take their temperature, self-isolate, limit contact with others, and seek advice by telephone from a healthcare provider or their local health department to determine whether medical evaluation is needed.

 

Self-monitoring means people should monitor themselves for fever by taking their temperatures twice a day and remain alert for cough or difficulty breathing. If they feel feverish or develop measured fever, cough, or difficulty breathing during the self-monitoring period, they should self-isolate, limit contact with others, and seek advice by telephone from a healthcare provider or their local health department to determine whether medical evaluation is needed.

Further updates will be provided as soon as new information becomes available.

 

Please continue to visit our website www.jud11.flcourts.org and social media @miamidadecourts on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for future updates.

 

 

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The mission of Florida’s judicial branch is to protect rights and liberties, uphold and interpret the law, and provide for the peaceful resolution of disputes.

 

 

Visit us on the Web: www.jud11.flcourts.org

 

Click below to follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram: @miamidadecourts

 

 

 

 

 

 

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