What should I do if I’m an older adult or face heightened risk from coronavirus?
What should I do if someone in my household is sick?
What protocols should I use to treat a COVID-19 patient?
What protocols or practices should other medical specialties use to continue to treat patients during the outbreak?
What policies or protocols should Medicaid providers use to continue to treat patients during the outbreak?
What Should Childcare Providers Do to Keep Children, Families Safe?
Is there financial assistance available to help my business during this time? Can childcare providers apply for the Payroll Protection Program?
The federal government has created the Payroll Protection Program (PPP) to help small businesses (including child care providers) keep their workers on payroll and stay afloat.
The PPP allows small businesses to apply for a forgivable loan to keep their workers on the payroll. Loans may be forgiven in all or in part if employees are kept on the payroll for eight weeks and the funds are used toward payroll, rent, mortgage interest or utilities.
What child care providers need to know:
Where to get help:
Every business is different. If you need advice about your business, your local lender or financial advisor is the best resource.
What Must Occur to Become a Disaster Relief Child Care Center?
How should K-12 schools prepare for and respond to COVID-19?
Guidance for Food Establishments from Michigan Department of Health and Human Services and Michigan Department of Agricultural and Rural Development.
Michigan companies need to fill thousands of critical, immediate vacancies to support work during the COVID-19 pandemic, including those in logistics, healthcare, manufacturing and agribusiness industries. Thousands of new jobs are being posted to MiTalent.org each day.
Guidance to Michigan employers contemplating potential layoffs related to COVID-19 – including information on Work Share and Temporary Leave vs Termination
The Michigan Paycheck Protection Program provides businesses with key resources to assist with the Paycheck Protection Program application and loan process and ensure the greatest amount of federal funding is able to be used by small businesses for economic relief efforts throughout the state.
Best practices for employers:
Employees who have symptoms of COVID-19 or have been diagnosed with COVID-19 should not return to work until:
The State of Michigan is collecting donations to address the most pressing needs of Michigan residents during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Michigan Community Service Commission is the State’s lead for volunteerism and donations management during times of crisis. All monetary and material donations will be deductible for federal tax purposes to the extent allowable by law.