For everyone, the coronavirus outbreak has altered the course of our lives. For those at risk of serious illness, it’s important to stay indoors and avoid contact with others, especially in large gatherings. Even for those who are not in at-risk groups, avoiding public spaces and staying home can help slow the spread of this disease and protect the most vulnerable among us.
It’s important for all of us to stay updated and follow the guidance of local, state, and federal agencies during this difficult time. Below, you’ll find important resources for updates, preparation, prevention, and treatment.
For latest information as it becomes available, please visit www.cdc.gov
Help Flatten the Curve!
We all need to prioritize protecting ourselves and our communities from the spread of COVID-19. That starts with following official guidelines on hygiene, social distancing, and seeking medical attention.
As the course of daily life has changed around Miami-Dade, we all feel a heightened level of anxiety and uncertainty. It’s important that we stick together, take care of our own mental health, and support children and older adults during this difficult time.
State & County Resources
Mobile Testing by County
Larkin Community Hospital
1475 W 49th Pl
Hialeah, FL 33012
By appointment only
Who can be tested?
Healthcare workers and first responders, including police and firefighters, Hialeah and Miami city employees, and federal employees, including air marshals, Immigration and Customs Enforcement workers and those who staff detention centers. The individual must also be experiencing COVID-19 symptoms.
Those who meet the criteria can sign up for a test at https://cvtesting.larkinhospital.com/en/. You can also call 305-830-0790 to schedule an appointment.