FEDERAL AND STATE RESOURCES ABOUT THE CORONAVIRUS COVID-19
From the Centers for Disease Control
- What is the coronavirus COVID-19?
- What are the symptoms?
- What do I do if I'm sick and think it may be COVID-19?
- How do I protect myself?
Trusted Resources from the Federal Government
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention :: Coronavirus facts and guidance from the federal government
- Ready.gov/Pandemic :: Pandemic preparedness for your family and your community
- U.S. Small Business Administration :: Disaster assistance for small businesses
Trusted Resources from the State of Michigan
Michigan COVID-19 hotline:1-888-535-6136. If you are concerned that you may have contracted COVID-19, call your healthcare provider, don't start with an in-person visit.
- Michigan.gov/coronavirus :: Michigan's central repository for information includes:
- Governor's homepage with all State of Michigan updates
Marquette County Resources
ASSISTANCE FOR INDIVIDUALS:
The Governor has extended unemployment benefits from 20 weeks to 26 weeks.:
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services is available to provide assistance including food, emergency relief, and housing services.
ASSISTANCE FOR SMALL BUSINESS IN MICHIGAN:
- Small businesses that could benefit from SBA loans are encouraged to start collecting the information they’ll need. For additional information, please contact the Michigan SBA offices in Detroit or Grand Rapids.
- Visit the Michigan Economic Development Corporation or call 888-522-0103.
- The Michigan Small Business Development Center can also provide resources for small businesses impacted by COVID-19.
- Travel Marquette has compiled a webpage of business options during the COVID-19 Closure.
RESOURCES FOR EMPLOYERS:
- US Department of Labor coronavirus Resources
- Common Issues Employers and Workers Face: FAQs from the US Dept of Labor