The Pelican Bay Foundation has been regularly updating members with information on COVID-19 and what protocols we are taking as an organization to keep our members and employees safe. While we cannot provide information on COVID-19 rates within Pelican Bay, Collier County has been releasing information regularly on the rates and trends in our county. That being said, many restaurants and retail stores in the surrounding area are open with some new protocols and restrictions and there is a mandatory mask mandate in effect for businesses in Collier County.
We have consistently released new information on COVID-19 and what we are doing as an organization to prevent the spread, in our Today in the Bay weekly e-newsletter, as well as in the Pelican Bay Post and updating the website weekly. On our website homepage, there is a button that says ‘COVID-19 Updates’ that you can click to view all of the information that we have released since March regarding COVID-19.
For any questions about what we are doing in Pelican Bay to keep everyone safe, here are some helpful articles that we have written:
- Pelican Bay Foundation: COVID-19 Operational & Safety Reminders
- Collier County Mask Mandate Extended until October 22nd
- Pelican Bay Foundation continues to adhere to CDC guidelines & Collier County Mask Mandate for businesses
For clarification, all Pelican Bay workers are required to wear a mask and at this time, masks are not required if you are walking or biking on the berm. We advise everyone to carry a mask with them in case you encounter people or go to a facility where a mask is required.