As we adjust to the changes of the COVID-19 crisis, the Baltimore City Chamber of Commerce has created this page. Here we will share information that we believe can help our members, not just survive times like these, but hopefully, continue to keep as many people employed as possible. We will be updating this page with links, articles, videos and helpful services provided by local organizations and Chamber Members. Please check back often because the content will be updated daily as new resources from the City, State and Federal levels of Government become available.
To request specific content be included or if you have a resource that you would like the Chambe-r to share, please email William Honablew, Jr. at Honablew@BCCoC.org.
Maryland Health Connection offers private plans called qualified health plans from insurance companies you recognize. All plans are certified to meet certain standards and offer core health benefits. You can apply if you have recently lost your health insurance due to a loss of employment or business closure. To apply, click HERE.
Maryland Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information for Business - Governor Hogan announced new COVID-19 business relief programs on March 23. These resources are available through the Department of Commerce. Click HERE for more information.
Small Business Administration (SBA): Small Business Guidance & Loan Resources - Health and government officials are working together to maintain the safety, security, and health of the American people. The SBA has been authorized to provide the following programs to support small businesses during the pandemic: Paycheck Protection Program, Economic Injury Disaster Loans and Loan Advance, SBA Debt Relief, and the SBA Express Bridge Loans. The site also provides Guidance for Businesses and Employers, SBA Products and Resources, Government Contracting, and Local Assistance. Click HERE for more information.
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