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FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH IN OKALOOSA COUNTY ISSUES HEALTH ADVISORIES FOR SNAPPER COVE AND BOGGY BAYOU

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FORT WALTON BEACH, Fla.— The Florida Department of Health in Okaloosa County (DOH-Okaloosa) has issued a health advisory for Snapper Cove within Cinco Bayou located off Monahan Drive in Fort Walton Beach and Boggy Bayou to include both Lyons Park in Niceville and Lincoln Park in Valparaiso, due to wastewater releases.

DOH-Okaloosa is providing COVID-19 testing by APPOINTMENT to SYMPTOMATIC Okaloosa County school district students and school employees only at the School District Central Administrative Complex in Niceville- 202 Highway 85 North Niceville, FL.

Appointments are required. Click link below to schedule appointment online. Appointments cannot be made more than 3 days in advance.

The test is a BinaxNOW antigen rapid test. This test will be used to diagnose COVID-19 infections. If BinaxNow Test result is negative, a PCR specimen will be collected and sent to traditional laboratory to confirm. A negative rapid antigen test is unable to be used to reduce quarantine.

To receive electronic copy of rapid test results (positive or negative), download the “Healthy Together” app available in the Apple App Store and Google Play . For PCR test results visit Patient.Labcorp.com. You will not receive a printed copy at the appointment or have results emailed to you by the health department

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