Race to Safe

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ATTENTION: Executive Order 2021-19 Extending the state of local emergency through May 13 and terminating all previous orders issued by the City, with limited exceptions.

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St. Petersburg is focused on reducing Pinellas County’s COVID-19 positivity rate and being Florida’s most COVID-safe community.

We are in the final stretch in the Race to Safe. Help St. Pete finish strong and keep your family safe by getting your COVID-19 vaccine as soon as you can. Individuals as young as 16 years old can get vaccinated free of charge. More information can be found on the Pinellas County website . The City of St. Petersburg strongly recommends continuing to take precautions set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention at cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html .

Below, you'll find metrics with our current standing as a community. We’re in this Race to Safe together—the St. Pete Way.  

Where We Are: July 23, 2021


Pinellas County's New Case Positivity*: 14.10%

Rank County Total Vaccinations % Vaccinated*
1 Miami-Dade 1,926,953 70.92%
2 Broward 1,155,963 59.20%
3 Palm Beach 831,451 55.55%
4 Orange 760,119 54.55%
5 Pinellas 518,437 53.17%
6 Lee 399,022 51.78%
7 Brevard 306,091 50.85%
8 Hillsborough 711,085 48.31%
9 Duval 421,277 43.99%
10 Polk 316,372 43.65%
*New case positivity, based on the number of people for whom the department received PCR or antigen laboratory results, is the number of people who test positive for the first time divided by all the people tested that week, excluding people who have previously tested positive.

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