Senator Scott has called for the most transparent, and up-to-date information from state, local and federal officials on the efforts to combat the Chinese Coronavirus, so Americans can keep themselves and their families safe. 

See a list of resources and information available to Floridians below.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC):

The CDC’s website offers a variety of information about Coronavirus cases in the United States and efforts to prevent the spread of the disease, including:

  • An up-to-date overview of Coronavirus cases in the United States (HERE)
  • Symptoms of the Coronavirus (HERE)
  •  What to do when you’re sick (HERE)
  •  How to know if you’re at higher risk of getting very sick from the Coronavirus (HERE)
  •  Steps to prevent illness (HERE)
  • Other Frequently Asked Questions (HERE)

The CDC Coronavirus Call Center is available 24/7 at 800-CDC-INFO (800-232-4636) for urgent issues related to coronavirus

Florida Department of Health (FDOH):

Please visit the Florida Department of Health’s website for Florida-specific information relating to the Coronavirus, including:

  • A current overview of cases in Florida (HERE)
  • How to find your county health department (HERE)
  • Other Frequently Asked Questions (HERE)

FLDOH has also activated a Coronavirus Call Center available 24/7 by phone at 1 (866) 779-6121 via email at

U.S. Department of State: 

  • For up-to-date travel advisories, visit the U.S. Department of State’s website HERE

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs: 

  • U.S. Military veterans who believe they may have contracted the coronavirus may contact the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs’ VISN 8 Clinical 24/7 Contact Center by phone at 1-877-741-3400. See more HERE

Florida Attorney General’s Office:

  • Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody has activated Florida’s Price Gouging Hotline for Floridians to report price gouging and Coronavirus-related scams, available by phone at 866-9NO-SCAM or by visiting​​​​​​​

National Institutes of Health:

  • For information on the Coronavirus from the NIH, visit their website HERE

See the latest on Senator Rick Scott's efforts to combat the Coronavirus below: 

  • Sen. Rick Scott Urges All Financial, Utility Companies to Provide Much-Needed Relief - Press Release HERE
  • VIDEO RELEASE Sen. Rick Scott: We’ll Get Through This Together - Press Release HERE
  • Sen. Rick Scott Provides Updates on Florida’s Mobile Testing Sites - Press Release HERE
  • Sen. Rick Scott Requests Information on Resources to Help Schools Amid Coronavirus Crisis - Press Release HERE
  • Sen. Rick Scott Releases 30-Day Plan to Get Back to Normal - Press Release HERE
  • Sen. Rick Scott: Families Should Take Every Precaution to Stay Safe and Stop the Coronavirus - Press Release HERE
  • Sen. Rick Scott to Congress: Split Up Phase 3 Coronavirus Stimulus Package and Focus on Helping Individuals and Small Businesses - Press Release HERE
  • Sen. Rick Scott: No Bailouts for Big Businesses - Fox Business op-Ed HERE
  • Sen. Rick Scott: Every County Across U.S. Needs to Have Mobile Testing by Friday - Press Release HERE
  • Sen. Rick Scott to Trump Administration: Our Law Enforcement and First Responders Need More Resources to Protect Themselves from Coronavirus - Press Release HERE
  • Sen. Rick Scott Statement on Coronavirus Assistance Package - Press Release HERE
  • Sen. Rick Scott Calls on Attorneys General to Take Action Against Price-Gouging - Press Release HERE
  • Sen. Rick Scott Applauds Administration Efforts to Implement Drive-Thru Coronavirus Testing Sites - Press Release HERE
  • Sen. Rick Scott: Temperatures Must be Checked Before Individuals are Allowed to Board Mass Transit - Press Release HERE
  • Sen. Rick Scott: Coronavirus is on the move - US must take these 9 crucial steps to contain it - Fox News op-Ed HERE