What You Need to Know About Your Business and COVID-19
The Metropolitan Savannah Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is listening to the direction of Governor Brian Kemp, Chatham County Chairman Al Scott, and Savannah Mayor Van Johnson who are all in agreement about the order to flatten the curve of COVID-19, we are practicing social distancing. Our MSAVHCC Team, Board Members and many of our business community partners will be working remotely during their regular business hours. An MSAVHCC volunteer staff will be answering calls Monday – Friday from 9:00AM – 5:00PM. You may reach us by calling at (912) 421-8491 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We encourage members to stay up-to-date with information from Federal, State and local resources regarding COVID-19 and to take all necessary precautions for your business and employees. Below is a list of resources.
YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE A MEMBER OF OUR CHAMBER TO BE REFERRED TO THESE RESOURCES.
Informacion acerca del Virus COVID-19
The Coronavirus is here and its global outbreak require being proactive implementing strategies to protect our workforce while ensuring continuity of operations.
Below are links to several local, state and national resources including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to help educate employers and employees on how to prepare for and address the impacts of the Coronavirus.
Resources about the Virus
- What TO DO if you have Coronavirus (printable SPANISH)
- What you NEED TO KNOW about Coronavirus (printable SPANISH)
- Centers for Disease Control (CDC) (in SPANISH)
- Difference between common cold and coronavirus (VIDEO SPANISH)
- Coronavirus information for international travelers (in SPANISH)
Resources for Hispanic Owned Businessess - Recursos para Dueños de Negocios Hispanos
Important Economic Relief Resources for Your Business / Recursos Economicos Importantes Para Su Negocio
United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) proudly partnered with Administrator Jovita Carranza and Associate Administrator Allen Gutierrez of the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) to help connect our Latina and Latino-owned small businesses with emergency capital resources to help weather the economic consequences of the COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) crisis. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce leaders across the country, and many corporate members were in that Conference.
View the full recording below!
As of today, 45 states have already been approved for disaster loan applications and the SBA Administrator announced today that all 50 states plus the District of Columbia and U.S. Territories will likely be approved by Monday.