COVID-19 Stay At Home Order

Hello WVH Guests,
IMPORTANT UPDATE: Our county has enacted a “Stay at Home” ordinance that goes into effect today (Thursday March 26th) at 11PM and will be enforced until April 9th.
This order is mandatory. Osceola County residents must stay home and prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Individuals can travel to and from grocery stores, pharmacies, gas stations, police stations, fire stations, hospitals, doctor’s offices and healthcare facilities. However, once these locations have been visited, residents need to go home.
The Osceola County Sheriff’s Office will enforce the order. The Sheriff’s Office does not intend to use the order as a mechanism for making arrests. The Osceola County Sheriff’s Office will respond to reported violations of the order.
Restaurants can continue to provide takeout and delivery services. You cannot dine in at a restaurant. Continue practicing social distancing if you visit these establishments for their carryout services.
You should not visit family or friends unless there is an urgent need (e.g., providing food, caretaking, medical reasons, etc.). Otherwise, stay at home. Continue to check on your loved ones electronically – by phone, text, FaceTime, email, etc.
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Be safe !

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