COVID-19 Resources For Business Owners
Both Federal and Local, Health and Government officials are working hard to coordinate and communicate efforts to maintain safe environments for Americans with COVID-19 Resources for Business Owners.
And they encourage businesses to do their part. So both staff and customers remain healthy.
Plus, they’ve provided resources to assist business owners during the COVID-19 Crisis. For instance, the CDC’s Guidance for Businesses and Employers.
Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program
Business Owners in designated states can apply for a low-interest loan. That is, if they have been severely affected by COVID-19.
Loans are available from the Small Business Association (SBA) for up to $2 million. To help recover from temporary loss.
Click here: For more information on eligibility, to apply online, or to check your application status.
Straight from the White House, The President’s Coronavirus Guidelines for America document outlines 6 cautions plus 7 ways to slow the spread of COVID-19.
This is essential information every American needs. And businesses can do their part in posting and spreading awareness of the President’s Protocol.
CDC Guidelines: COVID-19 Resources for Business Owners
Business Owners can not only learn how to recognize the symptoms in themselves and others but also create awareness for both staff and either clients or customers.
Guidance from OSHA on How to Prepare Your Workplace: COVID-19 Resources for Business Owners
Not only can you learn more about OSHA assistance but also how to reduce exposure risk. Additionally, you’ll be equipped with the knowledge of which jobs are either low, medium, or high risk.
Download your copy of this important resource today!
Ease the Stress
Especially for businesses, this can be a stressful time. One of the best ways to reduce the stress is to reduce the stigma. And know the facts.
Fresno COVID-19 Resources for Business Owners
The Fresno Chamber of Commerce created a COVID-19 Resource Page for Fresno and surrounding counties.
Thanks to the Fresno Chamber, you have an all-in-one guide to, for instance:
- Medical Resources
- Central California Food Bank locations
- Grocery services
- Online ordering for restaurant owners
- Access to meals for people under 18
- Links to capital programs, including the California IBank Small Buisness Finance Center
- The latest on Federal and Local guidelines, updates, and protocols
Additionally, for more information on what you can do to do your part as a business owner, contact Worldlight Media. Your online influence can be both more powerful and helpful than you may know.