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NC Department of Public Instruction COVID-19 Resource Page

Meals for Kids in North Carolina During COVID-19 School Closures

NC Department of Public Instruction Remote Learning Resource

NC Department of Public Instruction Remote Learning Resource for Children Age 0 - 2

Business Planning & Preparation

10 Things Every Small-Business Owner Needs to Do to Deal With the Impact of COVID-19 on Their Business

Employer guidelines from the N.C. Department of Health & Human Services

Pandemic checklist for businesses from the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services

CDC information for businesses

Interim Guidance for Businesses and Employers (CDC)

Guidance for Restaurants and Bars (3/14/2020)

Guidance for Malls and Shopping Centers (3/14/2020)

Guidance for Public-Facing Businesses and Agencies (3/14/2020)

Business Pandemic Influenza Planning Checklist (HHS & CDC)

Pandemic Preparedness Planning For U.S. Businesses With Overseas Operations (CDC)

Legal Guidance on Workplace Pandemic Planning (EEOC)

Getting Ahead of the Coronavirus Outbreak: A Checklist for Multinational Employers

Business Emergency Response & Management

CAI: Coronavirus Help Desk

NC Chamber: Coronavirus Resource Guide

Tips for Managing a Remote Workforce

Unemployment and the Coronavirus

Pay and the Coronavirus

Coronavirus FAQ’s for Employers

Readying your Coronavirus Business Continuity Plan

Coronavirus Response for Employers

Sample Pandemic Threat Condition Levels

Sample Pandemic Preparation Questions


NC COVID-19 Rapid Recovery loans

SBA Disaster Assistance Funding

Facebook Small Business Grants Program

COVID-19 Community Response and Recovery Fund

General Resources

For all general questions, call Business Link North Carolina (BLNC) at 800.228.8443. BLNC staff are available Monday through Friday, 8:30 am – 4:00 pm.  BLNC staff will connect your business to the appropriate organization for assistance.  All inquiries will receive a response from a confidential business counselor within three (3) business days.  “Se Habla Español.”

Economic Development Partnership of N.C. COVID-19 Business Relief Resources Page

Economic Development Partnership of N.C. COVID-19 Business Relief Resources Guide (.PDF)

U.S. Chamber of Commerce Coronavirus Response Toolkit

National Association of Manufacturers: Coronavirus Resources

U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation Corporate Aid Tracker

Facebook Business Resource Hub

Food Industry Association’s “Coronavirus and Pandemic Preparedness for the Industry” document

National Restaurant Association COVID-19 resources

US Senate Committee on Small business and Entrepreneurship: Samll Business Owners Guide to the CARES Act

Tax Information from the Internal Revenue Service


File for Unemployment

If you have lost your job or been laid off, file an Unemployment Insurance (UI) claim. New changes to the state’s unemployment system have occurred due to the current impacts of the COVID-19 coronavirus in North Carolina. COVID-19 specific information is here. It has information for both employers and people seeking unemployment benefits.