Monday, August 10, 2020

Dozens of local government employees sickened by COVID-19 in St. Johns County

1. Dozens of Fire Rescue and other St. Johns County Board of County Commissioners sickened by COVID.  See below.

2. One employee of the City of St. Augustine Beach sickened by COVID-19.

3. Four employees of Anastasia Mosquito Control District of St. Johns County, after all employees tested, found positive for COVID-19.  Two younger AMCD employees asymptomatic.

4. No employees at Property Appraiser sick with COVID-19, but no testing,

5. Waiting on response from other government agencies in St, Johns County.

-----Original Message-----
From: Betty Dixon <>
To: <>
Cc: Regina Ross <>; Thomas Filloramo <>
Sent: Mon, Aug 10, 2020 5:00 pm
Subject: RE: Request No. 2020-212: COVID-19 case statistics for local government employees and contractor employees. (corrected)

Dear Mr. Slavin,


Below are responsive records to your public records request from our Personnel Department. 


The following is the last summary data we gathered:


From Fire Rescue on 8/4:


Total COVID positives:

Recovered from COVID

Active COVID





From Risk Mgt on 8/4


The BCC, excluding Fire, has 35 quarantining and of those, 10 are positives cases. Overall the BCC, excluding Fire, has had 32 total positive cases.


If you have any further requests, please let me know.




Betty Dixon

Legal Services Specialist

Office of County Attorney

500 San Sebastian View

St. Augustine, FL. 32084

Office: 904-209-0817



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