• Cole Przybyla

5 Things you Should Know - April 22, 2020 COVID-19 Update

1. This evening at 6:00 PM, the County of Tuolumne Board of Supervisors and Board Chair Sherri Brennan will seek business input in responding to State and Federal guidance for operating a business during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Questions, comments and input can be submitted prior to the webinar by email to Cole Przybyla. In addition, attendees of the webinar will be able to ask questions live via a moderated Q/A feature on the Zoom Platform.

2. Registration for the Operating a Business during COVID-19 Pandemic webinar is HERE

The webinar can be viewed via the Zoom Platform, on the Access Tuolumne Website via a livestream HERE, on TV Channel 8 for Comcast Subscribers, Facebook Live on County Social Media HERE, and by a toll-free phone number obtained by registering for the Zoom Webinar.

3. Draft guidance for restaurants and businesses operating during the COVID-19 Pandemic for review can be found HERE.

4. A two page summary created by Tuolumne County Staff of the Federal Guidelines of Open Up America can be found HERE and to read the full Open Up America Presentation click HERE

5. On April 21, 2020 the Senate approved more funding to the Paycheck Protection Program. The House intends to convene Thursday, April 23 2020 to pass the legislation. Local banks have shared once they receive funds they will disperse to those applications already in their que, hopefully next week based on Thursday's vote. Do not wait to reach out to a local bank if you are in need of financial assistance. An updated list of local/national banks offering PPP loans can be found HERE. A summary of the Paycheck Protection Program can be found HERE

The Innovation and Business Assistance will disperse information in the future through tcdisasterassistance.com, email, news outlets and Weekly Webinars.

To ensure you get the most accurate and daily information, please send your email to cprzybyla@co.tuolumne.ca.us to add your name to an email newsletter.

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