COVID-19 Resources & Support
As the COVID-19 situation continues to evolve, our staff remains committed to our job while following all safety precautions. We are closely monitoring reports from governing authorities, and we will continue to seek guidance from public health officials in consideration of our ongoing projects.
This webpage is to help keep you informed on COVID-19 resources. Below are helpful resources to help ensure you, your business, and family are safe and informed. Together, we will get through this.
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BUSINESS RESOURCES AND SUPPORT
Updated daily, the Cobb Chamber has links to resources for small businesses and community members regarding SBA loans, employee assistance, how to support local non-profits, and so much more. View help resources.
Webinars with the Cobb Chamber
Click here for the full calendar of upcoming webinars, related to how your business can cope with COVID-19.
Companies are Hiring
View this list of companies with job opportunities.
LOCAL, STATE AND FEDERAL UPDATES
Cobb Chairman Mike Boyce has extended the county’s State of Emergency declaration until April 24. Click here to read more.
Governor Kemp has extended the Shelter in Place order through the end of April. Read about this extention here.
The Cobb Chamber has started an Economic Recovery Taskforce to develop and implement a strategic approach to proactively drive our community’s economic recovery from COVID-19. Learn more here.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin announced that individuals and corporations can delay their tax payments for 90 days due to the coronavirus pandemic. Click here to read more.
Federal Updates: For more information on the COVID-19 Federal Stimulus plan, click here.
Federal Reserve and the Treasury Department announced up to $2.3 trillion in additional loans to support the economy. Click here to read more.
The following Congressional Offices offer the following COVID-19 resources: Senator David Perdue, Senator Kelly Loeffler, Congresswoman Lucy McBath, Congressman Barry Loudermilk & Congressman David Scott.