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COVID-19 Preparedness

Updated October 7, 2020 

Throughout the world people and businesses are faced with having to understand how to deal most effectively with the ever-changing issues surrounding the novel coronavirus, or COVID-19. Managing the public health risk for infectious diseases is the responsibility of Alberta Health Services, but business owners need to be prepared for the potential impacts that COVID-19 could have on their operations.

The Edmonton Chamber of Commerce wants to assist our community with easy access to factual, up-to-date information so that your business can be prepared. We have assembled the following collection of resources to help you develop your business continuity plans. We will continue to provide new resources as they become available.

This is a rapidly evolving situation. We urge you to stay informed in order to ensure you are prepared for events as they unfold. The best approach is to practice caution, not panic. We're #Here4YEG

Resources

https://madeinlocalshops.com/edmontonSupporting local businesses get online to sell their products. No better way to shop local and support the community. Made In Local Shops.

Local businesses are finding innovative ways to serve our community.
Discover businesses that are operating and show your support in a time that has turned our whole world upside-down.

The POST Promise is a private sector-led initiative designed to help Canadians confidently and safely take the first steps back into public spaces and the workplace.

Visit postpromise.com for details and see how Canadian businesses like us are ‘making the promise’.

COVID-19: Government Supports for Business

We have compiled a summary of supports for business from the provincial and federal government here.

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