COVID-19/ReStartOhio Responsibly

As Ohio Begins to Re Open different Sectors of the State We Want to Share What the Guidelines are for Our Business’s

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The Office of Small Business Relief (OSBR) is focused on identifying and providing direct support to the state’s nearly 950,000 small businesses to help during the current public health crisis and to position them for a strong rebound. Click on the link to take you to the Ohio Gov site.

https://businesshelp.ohio.gov/

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BUSINESS ARE YOU SEARCHING FOR INFORMATION ON THE HELP AVAILABLE TO SMALL BUSINESSES 

Click on the link below for up to date information

Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) Program

 Ohio has been declared a disaster state, therefore making Ohio businesses and non-profits statewide eligible to apply for Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) assistance through the Small Business Administration (SBA).  Please understand that these will be loans, requiring repayment.  These loans may be used to pay fixed debts, payroll, accounts payable and other bills that cannot be paid because of the disaster’s impact.

These loans are only intended as working capital loans utilized to assist with impact caused by the coronavirus emergency efforts.  The EIDL’s are not for other purposes such as expansion, new equipment, property purchase, etc. that do not have anything to do with the national emergency we are facing.

Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security

(CARES) Act

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act has been signed into law.  This Act provides additional assistance for small business owners, including the opportunity to receive up to a $10,000 Advance (which does not have to be repaid) on the Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) for emergency capital.  The Small Business Administration (SBA) is updating its system to implement this provision so small businesses can request an EIDL advance when they apply for the loan.  This update will be available in the coming days.

In the interim period, you can still apply for a full Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL), but will need to reapply for the Advance when the system is updated with a streamlined application.  Once updated, the Advance will be included in your EIDL application process.

NOACC Small Business Updates

Church Service during COVID-19

Restaurant Carry Out/Delivery during COVID-19

Merchants/Members Offerings during COVID-19

Vermilion Community Assistance for Food/Transportation/Senior Services

COVID-19

There is a lot of information being thrown at the world right now regarding the coronavirus so please make sure you have accurate true information before spreading any information to others.

Visit the Governor of Ohio’s website at www.governor.ohio.gov for accurate information. 

The Governor, Mike DeWine also has a Twitter page he is on top of with accurate information.

During times like this panic sets in because of the unknown, please limit your resources to accurate ones.

Sandra Coe

Executive Director

Vermilion Chamber of Commerce


Informative Sites for Accurate Information on

Coronavirus/COVID-19

www.governor.ohio.gov

www.eriecohealthohio.com

odh.ohio.gov

During trying times Vermilion has been known to come together as one and stand side by side to support one another…we as a community will get thru this…remember we are all in this together so be kind to one another and help where you can⚓️
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