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Resources for Business Virus Mitigation, Remote Worker, Travel Policies, and General Guidelines

Last Updated - June 11, 2020

American Red Cross: The American Red Cross provides general information about how to prevent the spread of the virus as well as who is most as risk of being infected.

Apple: In partnership with the White House, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), Apple developed a COVID-19 Screening Tool to determine if you need to test yourself for the virus.

Arent Fox LLP

Arent Fox LLP, counsel to MEMA, formed a COVID-19 task force to advise clients on legal issues rooted in the coronavirus pandemic. Arent Fox is issuing task force alerts with information on response efforts as well as guidelines to mitigate the spread of the virus. Below are a few examples of recent alerts:

Boston Consulting Group

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: The CDC published a coronavirus information page which includes basic information about the virus, how to prevent it, and special guidelines for communities such as schools and businesses. 

Congressional Research Service: Published a report on March 2, 2020 The Defense Production Act of 1950: History, Authorities, and Considerations for Congress

FEMA and Coronavirus:  How to Help

National Association of Manufacturers: NAM has provided information on government efforts to mitigate the impact of the coronavirus, including disaster loan assistance for small businesses as well as employee health and safety efforts.

The White House:  A quick list of steps Americans can take to keep others from getting infected Coronavirus Guidelines for America – Slow the Spread

World Health Organization: The WHO is providing updates on its efforts to combat the coronavirus as well as tips on how to protect yourself from the pandemic.

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