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On June 3rd, Governor Desantis announced that Florida will fully implement Phase 2 of reopening effectively lowering restrictions for several businesses. These changes will go into effect Friday, June 5. Items covered include:
In an effort to support its local restaurants and bars, the City of Inverness continues to offer an opportunity to temporarily expand outdoor seating, while indoor seating is limited by the phased re-opening of the State. Outdoor seating may be expanded to other areas of the property, including lawns, sidewalks and parking areas subject to the following conditions.
For those establishments expanding on to City sidewalks or into private parking areas, please email your site plan and signed acknowledgement of the City’s conditions to grice@Inverness-fl.gov For further assistance, please contact Greg Rice at (352)726-3401.
All city parks, and pool are fully opened with the exception of the Whispering Pines splash pad which will re-open on June 6, 2020.
The city encourages visitors to be self-aware. It’s everyone’s responsibility to stay safe. Practice social distancing of 6 feet, wash hands, and be mindful of the people around you. If you aren’t feeling well or have pre-existing conditions, please stay safely at home. Parents should monitor their children and come to the parks prepared with sunscreen and bottled water. It’s up to all of us to stay safe.
The Inverness Farmer’s Market will re-open on Saturday, June 20th at the Depot District from 9 – 1 p.m. Moving forward, the Farmer’s Market will take place the 1st and 3rd Saturday from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. and the 3rd Wednesday from 4- 7 p.m.
The Florida Department of Health Citrus County results for COVID-19 as of 11:30 a.m. on June 5, 2020:
Positive Cases and Tests*.
Total cases in Citrus County: 125 (includes 3 new cases)
52 in Inverness
16 in Crystal River
10 in Homosassa
10 Citrus Springs
9 in Lecanto
9 in Hernando
8 in Beverly Hills
6 in Dunnellon
4 in Floral City
1 unknown or still under investigation
Of the 125 cases, 17 are travel-related, 106 are not travel-related and 2 are unknown
Of the 125 cases, 77 are contacts to a confirmed case, 20 are not contacts, 28 are unknown or still under investigation
The age group with the most cases: 55-64 (29 cases)
Total tests: 4,960
*While these numbers are provisional and subject to change, the number of cases reported in each county or municipality go off of the case’s home address, which is verified prior to release.
Please call the City of Inverness COVID-19 Information Line (352) 341-7830.