SMALL BUSINESS ISN'T SMALL TO US.
It's difficult to predict the economic impact of COVID-19 Coronavirus, but current precautionary restrictions will disproportionately affect our business community. Below we've gathered information, resources and answers to frequently asked questions.
ABILENE CHAMBER RECOVERY CENTER
To further encourage the business community to practice safe social distancing guidelines and to reduce the impact of an outbreak during phase one of Governor Abbott’s plans to re-open Texas, the Chamber is encouraging businesses to take the COVID-19 Compliant Business Partner Pledge.
Checklists for your business or organization from the Governor's office as we work to Open Texas.
Governor Abbott Announces Temporary Pause Of Additional Reopening Phases
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Updated on 6/30/2020 by Abilene Chamber
The American Public Health Association has compiled a comprehensive list of health links and resources of information for the public health community as it speaks out for funding and support to respond to the outbreak. Find the latest guidance and information here. Plus information on how to protect yourself from COVID-19.
The Alliance for Strong Families and Communities has launched a new series of webinars and an online discussion forum for community-based human services organizations to discuss the potential health impact and business disruptions as a result of COVID-19.
Do you have an immediate or specific need for your business or organization due to COVID-19? We’re here to help you and your business stay informed and safe.
The Abilene Chamber of Commerce is not a health authority nor do we advise our members on health-related issues. Any information extended through this source is provided by third-party authority or opinion. For information on your particular circumstance please consult your healthcare professional, the Centers for Disease Control (www.cdc.gov) or the Abilene-Taylor County Health District.