Coronavirus Resource Guide

The Chamber is monitoring the COVID-19 coronavirus’ impact on our region. We understand the challenges of these uncertain times and are equipping businesses with the information resources you need to prepare for the short-term response and long-term recovery.

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COVID-19 information from the CDC:

The latest employer guidance from the CDC includes:

  • Actively encourage sick employees to stay home
  • Establish policies that increases the physical distance between employees such as flexible worksites and work hours
  • Cross-train employees on essential functions in case of employee absences
  • Assess your essential functions and reliance on others – be prepared to change your business practices if needed to maintain critical operations

Encourage your employees to implement best health practices, including:

  • Good handwashing (soap and water for at least 20 seconds)
  • Covering your cough and avoiding touching your eyes, nose and mouth
  • Regular use of tissues and hand sanitizer
  • Stay home if you or a family member is sick
  • Sanitize commonly touched surfaces and objects regularly

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SBA Issues Rules on Paycheck Protection Plan

The CARES Act: Learn more about the actions the Treasury Department is taking to support workers and businesses

The SBA and the Treasury Department have initiated mobilization efforts with banks and lending institutions for the Paycheck Protection Program

U.S. Chamber of Commerce Coronavirus Emergency Loans Small Business Guide and Checklist

City of Charleston Issues Stay at Home Order

COVID-19 Business Impact Report

Identification of Essential Critical Infrastructure Workers During COVID-19 Response

Advocates Updates

Governor McMaster closes non-essential businesses

Mount Pleasant Mayor issues stay at home order

Senate Passes Phase III of COVID-19 Response

SBA Lending in new CARES Act

Summary of Federal Legislative Packages in Response to COVID-19

South Carolina is officially designated for Small Business Administration Loans

UPDATED 3/24 Local Governments Respond to COVID-19

UPDATED 3/20 State Government Responds to COVID-19

Printable Materials

What You Need to Know

What to do if You are Sick

Stop the Spread of Germs

Symptoms of Coronavirus


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