COVID 19 Resources and Fliers
Your California City Chamber of Commerce understands this is a time of uncertainty. We have gathered resources to help answer many of your questions.
We are compiling and updating daily. Scroll down for current resources and fliers.
All services listed, including SBA, are free; never pay anyone to process a SBA grant or loan.
Corvid 19 Business Aid and Assistance
Assistance with financial impacts
The following are a result of the CARES Act. The Paycheck Protection Program covers your entire payroll. Don't forget that you are also an employee. Retain all of your employees and this loan may be forgiven and treated more like a grant. The Emergency Injury Disaster Loan makes capital available to cover operating costs to hold you through this time of crisis. Link below, in red, to steps and forms needed. The steps and forms are the same for both the paycheck program and the emergency loan.
California Tax and fee relief
Small businesses contracted with the Air Force and Air Force Test Center (AFTC)
For questions about how the Covid-19 virus could potentially impact upcoming acquisitions or your current contract, please contact: Cynthia.email@example.com
Loan Default Assistance
Guidance to support your employees
Excellent resource for both employers and employees
Handy chart of types of leave:
Guidance for when your employees cannot work from home
Supporting your employees working remotely
Coronavirus Response Toolkit to help you communicate with your
employees and customers
California Dept of Public Health Covid 19 - Updated Daily
Employer and Employee Resources for Covid 19 and the Workplace
Cal/OSHA Guidance on Requirements to Protect Workers from Coronavirus
CDC Interim Guidance for Businesses and Employers
CDC’s Covid 19 Information Page
Covid 19 Prevention Flier
Information for both employees and employers
Work Sharing Program as an Alternative to Layoﬀs
FAQs on laws enforced by the California Labor Commissioner’s Oﬃce
Guidance on how and when to send workers with coughs home
Q & A to prepare employers and employees about legal dos and don’ts concerning those aﬀected by Covid 19