COVID-19 is impacting businesses throughout SLO County. Learn how your business can obtain assistance during this health emergency.
Masking continues to offer a strong layer of protection and is still required in indoor public places in SLO County, pursuant to the September 1, 2021 Health Officer Order, Facial Covering Mandate in all Indoor Public Places.
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The State developed a consolidated grants portal to find all grants and loans offered by California state agencies.
If your business has been economically impacted by COVID-19 , the following resources may be able to assist you.
Cal/OSHA Emergency Temporary Standards and Reporting
Cal/OSHA implemented Emergency Temporary Standards for California employers. Read the full guidance here.
CDC Recommended Strategies for Employers
See the CDC's recommendations for employers here.
Under the new Cal/OSHA standards, employers are required to contact the local health department immediately of three or more COVID-19 cases for guidance on preventing the further spread of COVID-19 within the workplace. Fill out the form here.
The SBA offers assistance to any California business wishing to apply for a disaster loan related to economic damage from the COVID-19 health crisis. See more here.