San Diego County public health officials have issued orders to
prevent the spread of the new coronavirus disease, or COVID-19. For
daily updates on local cases visit: coronavirus-sd.com.
On March 19, the Governor issued a statewide order for everyone to stay home. What does that mean for you? This link provides important information about what's open, closed, schools and childcare, healthcare, and sick relatives click here: bit.ly/2UpjiBi
IMPORTANT: If you haven't heard about the "Families First Coronavirus Response Act" you should read this because it could affect you.
The Act goes into effect in 2 weeks and applies to workers and business owners with 1 to 499 employees, like me. I condensed the Act into a document that you can read here: bit.ly/2J4bVtN
Recovery and Resiliency Assistance: The US Small Business Administration and the State of California have low-interest loan options per the disaster declarations. The San Diego and Imperial Small Business Development Center (SBDC) as resource partners of both the SBA and California Go-Biz, are there to provide small business owners no-cost guidance through your recovery process, including applying for disaster recovery loans if needed. They are still providing these services online, and will resume in-person again soon. To request services please click here.