COVID 19 RESOURCES
Table of Contents
CITY OF DAYTON 2
MONTGOMERY COUNTY 3
OHIO MEANS JOBS 7
SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 9
OHIO DEPARTMENT OF JOB AND FAMILY SERVICES 15
BUSINESS FIRST 18
DAYTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 19
SINCLAIR COMMUNITY COLLEGE 28
UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON 29
HEALTH ADVISORIES AND INFORMATION
Public Health Dayton Montgomery County
Ohio Dept. of Health
Ohio Health Hotline: 1-833-4-ASK-ODH (1-833-427-5634)
Printable Health Information Fliers
STAY AT HOME ORDER
Ohio’s "Stay at Home" at order (effective March 23) requires Ohioans to stay at home and to limit trips to essential work and errands. Observing the order will help stop the spread of COVID-19 in the Dayton region and beyond. Click here for more information about the Stay-at-Home order.
CITY OF DAYTON SERVICES
How to contact the City of Dayton during the coronavirus emergency, with information on temporary revisions to City services.
Call 211 or visit United Way HelpLink for information and assistance on a variety of services and resources available, including emergency aid, housing and food. Montgomery County Job & Family Services continues to provide essential services during the coronavirus emergency.
How to file for unemployment compensation and related services (to apply by phone: 877-644-6562, TTY 614-387-8408).
The Foodbank is operating an emergency drive-through pantry. The Hall Hunger Initiative has a map of food services in the Dayton area.
The Senior Resource Connection continues to provide Meals on Wheels and other essential services.
Call 211 or visit United Way VetsLink.
CHILD CARE FOR HEALTHCARE AND ESSENTIAL WORKER FAMILIES
The YMCA of Greater Dayton is providing child care services for healthcare workers and workers deemed essential by the State of Ohio Stay-at-Home order. Click here for information.
See available resources for preventing or responding to eviction.
The Miami Valley Warmline provides non-emergency support and information: call 937-528-7777. For urgent needs, call CrisisCare at 937-224-4646.
The Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce, Downtown Dayton Partnership and Ohio Department of Health have compiled extensive listings of business resources and helpful information. The U.S. Small Business Administration is accepting low-interest loan applications from businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
For current Public Health updates, please visit: www.phdmc.org/coronavirus-updates
Donations needed for COVID-19 response
The Emergency Operations Center is asking our local businesses for help in assembling supplies for the COVID-19 response. At this time, we're asking our local business community to help by donating personal protective equipment (PPE) critical to protect our frontline workers.
Our primary needs are:
PAPRs (powered air purifying respirators)
APR (air purifying respirators)
Large donations of a pallet or more:
Call St. Vincent de Paul at (937) 425-0591 to schedule a drop-off time
Donations of less than a pallet:
Drop off at:
St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store loading dock
945 S. Edwin C. Moses Blvd.
Dayton, Ohio 45417
(no appointment needed)
Mental and Behavior Health Services: The Miami Valley Warmline offers free confidential mental and behavioral health peer support services. Call 937-528-7777, Monday through Friday, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. This line is set up by Montgomery County Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services (www.mcadamhs.org) and Goodwill Easter Seals Miami Valley (www.gesmv.org).
Many County facilities are now closed to in-person transactions. Citizens seeking assistance and services are encouraged to use these virtual and phone options to get help:
Unemployment Benefits: unemployment.ohio.gov or 1-877-644-6562 (TTY service: 1-614-387-8408)
Job Seekers: (937) 225-JOBS (5627)
View information on applying for unemployment and current job opportunities here.
Medicaid, Food Assistance, Temporary Cash Assistance: Visit www.ssp.benefits.ohio.gov or 937-225-4148, or live chat with a caseworker between 2 and 4 p.m., Monday-Friday, by clicking on the InContact icon on the Family Assistance page at www.mcohio.org. Please scroll down for an important message regarding SNAP and Medicaid renewals.
Medicaid only: 1-844-640-6446.
Help with Housing, Food and Basic Needs: Call United Way's referral line, HelpLink, at 2-1-1 to get connected to local human services agencies and resources.
Water and Sewer Bills/Customer Service: www.mcohio.org/water or (937) 781-2688
Solid Waste and Recycling Services: Due to the stay-at-home order issued by Governor Mike DeWine, we ask that citizens only visit the Montgomery County Transfer & Recycling Facility if their trip is absolutely essential to protect our employees. Please use your best judgment to assist us in minimizing the traffic at our facility during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please note, tours of the Environmental Learning Center are also temporarily suspended until further notice. Visit www.mcswd.org for more details.
Report Child Abuse or Neglect: 937-224-KIDS (5437)
Child Support: jfs.ohio.gov or 937-225-4600 (10 AM - 4 PM, M-F). Child Support payments can be made at oh.smartchildsupport.com. Note: If you are behind on child support payments, any COVID-19 stimulus payment could be subject to intercept to address your arrearage. This was a decision made at the federal level, and the same is true for federal tax refunds which can be reduced or eliminated due to child support debt.
County Recorder: Documents may be deposited into a drop box for processing on the First Floor of the County Administration Building, or sent via mail to 451 W. Third Street, Dayton, Ohio 45422, 5th Floor. Title searches may be conducted online at www.mcrecorder.org. Call 937-225-4275 for assistance.
Vital Statistics (Birth/Death Records): www.vitalchek.com or 937-496-3117
Small Business Administration Disaster Recovery Loans: Long-term, low-interest loans to help businesses recover are available at https://disasterloan.sba.gov/ela/
SBA Paycheck Protection Program: Fully forgivable loans to cover eight weeks of payroll.
Information from SBA here
Fact sheet from U.S. Treasury Dept.
Resources for businesses: BusinessFirst! for a Greater Dayton Region, a collaborative economic development organization, has compiled several resources for local businesses, available here.
For SNAP and Medicaid renewals:
In response to the Coronavirus pandemic, the state has temporarily suspended SNAP and Medicaid renewals. However, if you were asked to recertify your information with an appointment in April or May of 2020, your benefits will automatically be extended for six months and there is no need to contact Montgomery County JFS. Also, if your benefits expired effective March 31, 2020, because you didn’t complete your recertification appointment, your benefits will be reopened for six months. If your certification process was completed in March or earlier, your benefits, if they were approved, are extended for a year, as usual.
If you were supposed to provide interim report information in April or May, your due dates will be extended to after May and you will receive notification on the new timing for your interim report.
Although some of these renewal timelines have been pushed back, customers are still required to report household changes. Failure to report could result in an overpayment that would have to be repaid. Examples of things that must be reported include:
• Addition of newborns, other household members
• Job loss
• Decreased or increased wages
• Changes of address and telephone numbers
Report changes online at ssp.benefits.ohio.gov, by calling the Change Report Line at 937-496-7717, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
New SNAP & TANF applicants can call (937) 225-4148, Monday–Friday 8 a.m. – 12 p.m.
The COVID-19 crisis has left workers and businesses with a lot of unknowns. We are here to help. This page is meant to give you a quick list of the options available to Montgomery County residents to help with jobs and unemployment benefits, as well as resources for local businesses. We will continue to add information to this page as it becomes available.
File for unemployment with the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services
Instructions for filing weekly claims related to COVID-19
Frequently Asked Questions about unemployment and COVID-19
Don't have internet access?
Is your company hiring? Email Stephen Offord at email@example.com to get your company listed here.
Paycheck Protection Program
An SBA loan that helps businesses keep their workforce employed during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.
Apply for the Paycheck Protection Program
FIND A LENDER
The Paycheck Protection Program is a loan designed to provide a direct incentive for small businesses to keep their workers on the payroll.
SBA will forgive loans if all employees are kept on the payroll for eight weeks and the money is used for payroll, rent, mortgage interest, or utilities.
You can apply through any existing SBA 7(a) lender or through any federally insured depository institution, federally insured credit union, and Farm Credit System institution that is participating. Other regulated lenders will be available to make these loans once they are approved and enrolled in the program. You should consult with your local lender as to whether it is participating in the program.
Lenders may begin processing loan applications as soon as April 3, 2020. The Paycheck Protection Program will be available through June 30, 2020.
Frequently Asked Questions for Lenders and Borrowers
For affiliation rules applicable for the Paycheck Protection Program, click here.
The Interim Final Rule for Applicable Affiliation Rules for the Paycheck Protection Program information is being posted in advance of publication in the Federal Register. The official version will appear in the Federal Register.
Frequently Asked Questions for Faith-Based Organizations Participating in the Paycheck Protection Program and Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program
Who Can Apply
The following entities affected by Coronavirus (COVID-19) may be eligible:
Loan Details and Forgiveness
The loan will be fully forgiven if the funds are used for payroll costs, interest on mortgages, rent, and utilities (due to likely high subscription, at least 75% of the forgiven amount must have been used for payroll). Loan payments will also be deferred for six months. No collateral or personal guarantees are required. Neither the government nor lenders will charge small businesses any fees.
Forgiveness is based on the employer maintaining or quickly rehiring employees and maintaining salary levels. Forgiveness will be reduced if full-time headcount declines, or if salaries and wages decrease.
This loan has a maturity of 2 years and an interest rate of 1%.
If you wish to begin preparing your application, you can download a copy of the PPP borrower application form to see the information that will be requested from you when you apply with a lender.
In response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, small business owners in all U.S. states, Washington D.C., and territories are currently eligible to apply for disaster assistance.
Enhanced Debt Relief is also available in SBA’s other business loan programs to help small businesses overcome the challenges created by this health crisis.
For information on additional Lending options, please click here.
SBA provides local assistance via 68 district offices and a nationwide network of resource partners. To find resources near you, please click here.
Lender Forms and Guidance
The Interim Final Rule announcing the Paycheck Protection Program information is being posted in advance of publication in the Federal Register. The official version will appear in the Federal Register. Click here to download.
Click here to download the Paycheck Protection Program Lender Application Form.
Click here to view the Lender Agreement (Federally Insured Depository Institutions, Federally Insured Credit Unions, Farm Credit System Institutions) and enroll as a participating SBA Lender to make Paycheck Protection Program financing available to your customers.
Click here to view the Lender Agreement (Non-Bank and Non-Insured Depository Institution Lenders) and enroll as a participating SBA Lender to make Paycheck Protection Program financing available to your customers.
Click here to download the SBA Standard Loan Note (Form 147).
If you would like to submit loan authorization requests via our the online Paycheck Protection Lender Gateway, click here and follow the steps below:
Lenders who need assistance accessing SBA's E-Tran system may call our Lender Customer Service Line at 1-833-572-0502.
Economic Injury Disaster Loan Emergency Advance
This loan advance will provide up to $10,000 of economic relief to businesses that are currently experiencing temporary difficulties.
In response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, small business owners in all U.S. states, Washington D.C., and territories are eligible to apply for an Economic Injury Disaster Loan advance of up to $10,000. This advance will provide economic relief to businesses that are currently experiencing a temporary loss of revenue. Funds will be made available following a successful application. This loan advance will not have to be repaid.
The SBA’s Economic Injury Disaster Loan provides vital economic support to small businesses to help overcome the temporary loss of revenue they are experiencing as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
This program is for any small business with less than 500 employees (including sole proprietorships, independent contractors and self-employed persons), private non-profit organization or 501(c)(19) veterans organizations affected by COVID-19.
Businesses in certain industries may have more than 500 employees if they meet the SBA’s size standards for those industries.
The Economic Injury Disaster Loan advance funds will be made available within days of a successful application, and this loan advance will not have to be repaid.
Frequently Asked Questions for Faith-Based Organizations Participating in the Paycheck Protection Program and the Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program
To apply for a COVID-19 Economic Injury Disaster Loan and loan advance, click here.
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SBA Express Bridge Loans
Enables small businesses who currently have a business relationship with an SBA Express Lender to access up to $25,000 quickly.
Express Bridge Loan Pilot Program allows small businesses who currently have a business relationship with an SBA Express Lender to access up to $25,000 quickly. These loans can provide vital economic support to small businesses to help overcome the temporary loss of revenue they are experiencing and can be a term loans or used to bridge the gap while applying for a direct SBA Economic Injury Disaster loan. If a small business has an urgent need for cash while waiting for decision and disbursement on an Economic Injury Disaster Loan, they may qualify for an SBA Express Disaster Bridge Loan.
SBA Debt Relief
The SBA is providing a financial reprieve to small businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As part of SBA's debt relief efforts,
Additional Debt Relief
For current SBA Serviced Disaster (Home and Business) Loans: If your disaster loan was in “regular servicing” status on March 1, 2020, the SBA is providing automatic deferments through December 31, 2020.
What does an “automatic deferral” mean to borrowers?
If you have questions about your current loan and whether or not your loan is automatically deferred, please contact your Loan Servicing Office directly using the following information:
Coronavirus and Unemployment Insurance: Employer Information
NOTICE TO EMPLOYERS: Due to COVID-19, please email ALL WARNs and inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org until further notice.
Please distribute this form to employees laid off because of the COVID-19 pandemic to expedite their claim process: http://www.odjfs.state.oh.us/forms/num/JFS00671/pdf/.
Questions and Answers
Question 1:Will workers qualify for unemployment benefits if the coronavirus (COVID-19) causes an employer to shut down operations?
Answer: Updated: An executive order issued by Governor DeWine expands flexibility for Ohioans to receive unemployment benefits during Ohio's emergency declaration period. Unemployment benefits will be available for eligible individuals who are requested by a medical professional, local health authority, or employer to be isolated or quarantined as a consequence of COVID-19, even if they are not actually diagnosed with COVID-19. In addition, the waiting period for eligible Ohioans to receive unemployment benefits will be waived.
Question 2:If an employer lays off employees due to the loss of production caused by the coronavirus, will the employees be eligible for unemployment insurance benefits?
Answer: Yes, if the employees are otherwise eligible. An executive order issued by Governor DeWine expands flexibility for Ohioans to receive unemployment benefits during Ohio's emergency declaration period.
Question 3:If an employee receives unemployment benefits as a result of a coronavirus-related business shutdown, will the employer's unemployment taxes increase?
Answer: For contributory employers, charges during Ohio's emergency declaration period will be mutualized. Reimbursing employers will follow existing charging requirements under Ohio Revised Code Chapter 4141.
Question 4:If an employee receives unemployment benefits as a result of a coronavirus-related business shutdown, can the benefits be charged to the mutual account?
Answer: Updated: Yes, an executive order issued by Governor DeWine allows unemployment benefit charges to be mutualized for contributory employers.
Question 5:If an employer submits quarterly reports and/or payments late because of the pandemic, will the filing deadline be extended?
Answer: Updated: The filing deadline is not being extended. However, an executive order issued by Governor DeWine waives penalties for late reporting and payments during Ohio's emergency declaration period. More guidance on this is forthcoming.
Question 6:Would it be possible for me to pay my former employees a supplemental benefit payment?
Yes, you can apply for a Supplemental Unemployment Benefit (SUB) plan. Here are the requirements:
Please submit completed plans to UCTech@jfs.ohio.gov with “SUB PLAN” in the subject line.
Question 7:Is Disaster Unemployment Assistance available in Ohio?
Answer: At this time, no, but please continue to check back for updates. Additional information and support for Ohioans can be found at https://coronavirus.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/covid-19/.
Question 8:It looks like I have a new correspondence in my account. Why can’t I open it?
Answer: These notifications may appear before the system actually finishes generating the correspondence. You will be able to open it in your online account after you receive the email notification that you have a new correspondence.
Shared Work Ohio
SharedWork Ohio is a voluntary layoff aversion program. It allows workers to remain employed and employers to retain trained staff during times of reduced business activity. Under a SharedWork Ohio plan, the participating employer reduces affected employees' hours in a uniform manner. The participating employee works the reduced hours each week, and the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services (ODJFS) provides eligible individuals an unemployment insurance benefit proportionate to their reduced hours. For the duration of the pandemic, ODJFS is committed to reviewing and responding to all SharedWork Ohio applications within one week of receipt. Learn more.
Mass Layoff information
All Ohio employers planning a mass layoff or shutdown due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic should provide the following mass-layoff number - 2000180 - and linked instruction sheet to their employees to speed the processing of unemployment benefits.
COVID-19-affected claimants with otherwise valid applications for unemployment will be awarded benefits. While claimants must still meet the weekly requirements that they be able and available for work, the requirement that they actively search for work while receiving benefits has been waived.
COVID-19-affected contributory employers will receive regular monthly charge statements, but these charges will be charged to the mutual account and not the employer's account.
Reimbursing employers will follow existing charging requirements under Ohio Revised Code Chapter 4141.
For more information, please see the Press Release and Mass Layoff Instructional Sheet.
Surviving a Pandemic
SharedWork Ohio Layoff Aversion
SBA to Provide Disaster Assistance Loans for Small Businesses Impacted by Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Dayton Chamber’s Coronavirus Resource Guide for Business
Dayton Foundation COVID-19 Response Fund for Greater Dayton to Help Meet Basic Human Needs
Jobs Ohio: Economic Resources for Businesses
OhioMeansJobs for available employment options
Ohio Department of Jobs and Family Services for Unemployment information
Ohio Bureau of Workers Compensation FAQ
State of Ohio Coronavirus Updates Webpage
CDC Environmental Cleaning and Disinfection Recommendations
CDC Interim Guidance for Businesses and Employers
CDC Interim US Guidance for Risk Assessment and Public Health Management of Persons with Potential Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Exposures
Golden Shovel COVID-19 Resources
FastCompany.com: 8 Strategies to Set Up Remote Work During the Coronavirus Outbreak
U.S. Chamber Resources & Guidelines for Business for Combating the Coronavirus
Entrepreneur.com: How Businesses Should Handle the Coronavirus Outbreak
Harvard Business Review: 8 Questions Employers Should Ask About Coronavirus
WIPFLI CPA Advice: COVID-19: A Preparedness Checklist
US Chamber, Coronavirus: 8 Things Your Small Business Needs to Do
OSHA's Guidance on Preparing Workplaces for COVID-19
SBA Guidance for Businesses and Employers to Plan and Respond to Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
FASTLANE-MEP: How the coronavirus can effect your business (COVID-19)
CDC: Workplace School and Home Guidance
Thompson Hine Lawfirm: House Passes Families First Coronavirus Response Act
CORONAVIRUS RESOURCE GUIDE FOR BUSINESSES
(Updated 4/8/2020 10:14 am) – This page will be updated with new and relevant resources as they become available. If you have information you’d like to share with the Dayton Region’s business community regarding Coronavirus Disease 19 (COVID-19), please email us.
STATE OF OHIO UPDATES
OHIO DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH DIRECTOR’S STAY AT HOME ORDER:
EMPLOYER RELIEF RESOURCES & INFORMATION
SMALL BUSINESS GRANTS
SBA ECONOMIC INJURY DISASTER LOANS
Please feel free to share the attached SBA handouts as well as the below links to disaster assistance:
The SBA will continue to support small businesses through this difficult time, and are urged to visit www.sba.gov/coronavirus and follow @SBA_Columbus on Twitter or sign up for their newsletter for more updates.
Ohio utility companies are providing relief for business and residential ratepayers during the COVID-19 pandemic by developing payment options and ceasing disconnections for overdue customers. Although all Ohio utilities have ceased suspensions, some of them were unable to stop the disconnection notices. The utilities will not follow through with those disconnections.
If you have any questions or concerns about your utility connections, please contact your utility provider, or visit the PUCO website.
FEDERAL TAX RELIEF
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin announced the deadline for filing 2019 federal tax returns will be postponed 3 months to July 15, 2020. The due date for estimated federal tax for 2020 has also been postponed from April 15, 2020 until July 15, 2020 as described in section III of the IRS publication. Read more.
DISASTER PAYMENTS TO EMPLOYEES
Employers Can Immediately Provide Tax-free Qualified Disaster Payments to Employees in Connection with COVID-19. Read more from chamber member Brixey & Meyer.
SHAREDWORK OHIO – ALTERNATIVE TO LAYOFFS FOR EMPLOYERS
Allows workers to remain employed and employers to retain their staff during times of reduced business activity. Under a SharedWork Ohio plan, employers reduce hours to avert a layoff. The participating employee works the reduced hours, and the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services provides an unemployment insurance benefit proportionate to their reduced hours. Read more.
OHIO TECHCRED PROGRAM
Please encourage employees to be trained during this downtime. The TechCred program will reimburse employers up to $2,000 per credential (cap of $30,000 per company). Trainings/credentials can be taken right away but the application needs to be completed before March 31. Learn more.
NEEDED: PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE)
The Montgomery County Emergency Operations Center is asking for your help securing supplies for the response to COVID-19. We are asking local businesses to donate personal protective equipment (PPE) critical to protect frontline workers. Read the letter from Montgomery County Emergency Operations to learn how you can help.
DOWNLOADABLE WORKPLACE POSTINGS
RESPONSE RESOURCES FOR BUSINESSES
The link above contains a brief outline of how to prepare before and respond during a pandemic by Ready.gov, official website of the Department of Homeland Security.
UNDERSTANDING THE CORONAVIRUS
Webinar about the impact of Coronavirus on the private sector and how companies should consider their response, hosted by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation in partnership with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) (Jan 27, 2020)
INTERIM GUIDANCE FOR BUSINESSES AND EMPLOYERS TO PLAN AND RESPOND TO CORONAVIRUS DISEASE 2019 (COVID-19)
With Coronavirus dominating the news, now is a good time to communicate with your employees. CDC recommended guidance for employers, including advice for developing a response plan and steps that all employers can implement now. Based on what is currently known about the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) (Feb 2020)
TRAVEL INFORMATION (CDC)
This page offers current travel warning, alert and watches, as well as destinations with risk of community spread.
GUIDANCE ON PREPARING WORKPLACES FOR AN INFLUENZA PANDEMIC (OSHA)
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) developed this pandemic influenza planning guidance based upon traditional infection control and industrial hygiene practices.
COVID-19 SAFETY AND HEALTH STANDARDS, CONTROL & PREVENTION
An overview of information for workers and employers about the evolving Coronavirus outbreak. Includes links to OSHA standards, control and prevention, by Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
U.S. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE CORONAVIRUS RESOURCES
A resource page by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, including links to Resilience in a Box and Disaster Preparedness and Recovery Quick Guides.
U. S. SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (SBA) WEBSITE
Guidance for Businesses and Employers to Plan and Respond to COVID-19.
BUSINESS CONTINUITY PLANNING
BUSINESS PANDEMIC INFLUENZA PLANNING CHECKLIST (HHS & CDC)
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have developed the following checklist for large businesses. It identifies important, specific activities large businesses can do now to prepare, many of which will also help you in other emergencies.
PANDEMIC PREPAREDNESS PLANNING FOR U.S. BUSINESSES WITH OVERSEAS OPERATIONS (CDC)
The United States Government has created the following guide to help U.S. businesses with overseas operations prepare and implement pandemic business continuity. This is a list of suggestions and can serve as a starting point for developing a comprehensive plan. The checklist highlights actions applicable to businesses of all sizes, although each item does not necessarily apply to every overseas business.
LEGAL GUIDANCE ON WORKPLACE PANDEMIC PLANNING (EEOC)
This technical assistance document provides information about Titles I and V of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and pandemic planning in the workplace. It identifies established ADA principles that are relevant to questions frequently asked about workplace pandemic planning such as:
GETTING AHEAD OF THE CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK: A CHECKLIST FOR MULTINATIONAL EMPLOYERS
Courtesy of a member company, this is a suggested macro-checklist for multinational employers to help you prepare.
SAMPLE PANDEMIC THREAT CONDITION LEVELS
Courtesy of a member company, this is a sample of pandemic threat condition levels that could be implemented at your business.
SAMPLE PANDEMIC PREPARATION QUESTIONS
Courtesy of a member company, questions to ask during an outbreak, questions to ask once an outbreak becomes a pandemic, and which actions your crisis management team should perform regularly afterward to stay prepared.
The University is committed to protecting the health and safety of our campus community. The steps we are taking are at the recommendation of the state of Ohio, the Ohio Department of Health and Public Health - Dayton & Montgomery County are in the best interest of UD and the surrounding community.
As the situation evolves, we will post updates here. We will send campuswide communications when there are major changes in the situation, which you also can find below.
Please see President Spina's message to the University community about classwork moving online for the remainder of the spring 2020 semester.
To our knowledge, there are no COVID-19 cases connected to UD; however, the University is remaining vigilant. Our highly residential campus environment and our responsibility to the larger issue of public health require us to be proactive, rather than reactive, in making decisions that affect the well-being of our community.
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Information about coming in contact with someone being tested for or diagnosed with COVID-19, living or working where there is COVID-19, and when you should call a doctor.
Information for prospective undergraduate students
Are the student health center and counseling services still open?
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Frequently asked question for staff
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Previous messages to campus
Information from the Ohio Department of Health, Centers for Disease Control and World Health Organization, and a map of global cases from Johns Hopkins University
Centers for Disease Control tips for keeping yourself healthy and maintaining anxiety and stress
What is UD doing to combat coronavirus?
No matter where we live, how much we earn, or what we look like, Ohioans are joining together to keep each other safe and healthy during this COVID-19 crisis.
With the last minute changes to Ohio's primary election due to COVID-19, we need your help letting voters know they can still safely cast a ballot from home through voting by mail. There are over 7 million Ohioans who haven’t cast a ballot in the 2020 Primary Election who need to hear from us.
You can volunteer from home by contacting Ohio voters through an App called Outvote in two phases: First encouraging voters to request a ballot, and then to remind voters to turn it in.
The tool is super easy to use from your computer or smart phone and allows you to text a ton of voters very quickly using an anonymous number.
To join us in this campaign, please do the following:
1. Download the Outvote App:
2. Sign up for one of the trainings: to learn how to use Outvote for this campaign.
Questions about this election? Watch Ohio Student Association Rachael Collyer explain to vote. Thanks and hope you and your loved ones are safe, well and healthy.