CORAL SPRINGS, FL – The number of coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in Coral Springs is now 65, according to the latest Florida Department of Health figures.

In other coronavirus-related news:

- At least two Coral Springs police officers have tested positive, said Brad McKeone, the city’s deputy police chief. They are recovering at home.

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- Free virtual doctor visits are available through Memorial Healthcare System’s MemorialDOCNow until April 30. The visits are for non-emergency, minor medical concerns, including allergies, asthma, cough, flu, pinkeye, sinus infection, strep throat, and urinary tract infection (UTI).

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- Coral Springs’ One-Stop-Shop is closed. The city’s code compliance, business tax, zoning inquiries, and landlord registrations will continue to operate electronically through e-trackit. Most code cases scheduled for a hearing in March, April, or May have been rescheduled for later this year.

Residents who have questions regarding code violations can e-mail the city at: code@coralsprings.org or call: 954-344-5964.