International Travel Alerts
The CDC recommends avoiding all nonessential international travel. The CDC’s Level 3 Travel Alert’s List now includes ANY international travel outside of the United States and any cruise ship travel. Please click here to review the CDC’s Travel Alerts List (keep this bookmarked so that you can check back frequently because the situation is changing quickly). If you must travel, follow the recommendations in the CDC’s Global COVID-19 Pandemic Notice
Domestic Travel Alerts
In addition to the CDC’s Level 3 Travel Alerts List, in guidance with Governor DeSantis’ order there are several states on the high-risk travel list: New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Louisiana. To view health recommendations by destination, visit the CDC’s webpage for your destination<
How You Can Help Keep Others Safe at Nicklaus
All parents/guardians accompanying children during medical appointments must be free of signs and symptoms of infectious disease, including cough, runny nose, rash, vomiting and fever. Please notify the medical provider caring for your child if you are anyone else in the home has a fever, cough, rash, shortness of breath, or any other signs of respiratory infection.
According to the Florida Department of Health, physical distancing is recommended when the risk of infection is possible. This can include limiting gatherings of large groups, or postponing events.
What You Can Do to Stop The Spread of Germs
Video: Proper Handwashing