Update on COVID-19

Dear Neighbors:

safetyI hope this email finds you safe, healthy, and in the enjoyment of summer while following the new normal guidelines. Miami-Dade County has implemented several new initiatives and measures to help keep our children engaged in safe activities this summer. Click here to learn about the virtual camps, general camps, and nature camps being offered by Miami-Dade County.

In recent days, our community has experienced an increase in positive cases for COVID-19 combined with an increase in hospitalizations. To protect yourself and others, I urge you to please continue wearing masks and practicing social distancing. Consistent with Order 20-20 issued by Mayor Carlos A. Gimenez on April 9, it is a requirement to wear masks while indoors at business establishments and outdoors when people cannot practice social distancing. Click here to see all Emergency Orders in effect for Miami-Dade County. Please remember that municipalities may enact stricter orders.

As a reminder, Hurricane Season has already started and runs through November 30. With the presence of COVID-19, this hurricane season will be different than any other we have previously experienced. The moment is now to make proper plans and be fully stocked on supplies should we face the threat of a hurricane. Click here to access the Miami-Dade County online hurricane guide for information on emergency planning ahead of the storm.cov

I am grateful for the commitment this community has demonstrated to contain the spread of COVID-19. The well-being of our residents is my top priority. I thank you for doing your part to remain safe and healthy.

The District 6 Office continues to work hard for you. Please do not hesitate to call 305-267-6377 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if my staff and I may be of service.

May God bless you always,

Vice Chairwoman Rebeca Sosa, District 6

Miami-Dade County