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Please use these resources to help inform and better protect yourselves, your families, your employees, and your businesses against the health and economic impacts of COVID-19.
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The Center for Disease Control and Preparedness provides guidance on protective measures as well as what the virus's symptoms are and what steps to take should you think you are sick. The Center also provides resources specific to businesses and employers, including "interim guidance," which is being updated as information becomes available, and cleaning and disinfection recommendations.
Using CDC data, NBC News has compiled and continues to update a map detailing currently known cases and deaths as a result.
The COVID Tracking Project is a volunteer organization created by The Atlantic to track and publish COVID-19 testing data by state.
The Occupational Safety and Health Association provides information on how COVID-19 spreads and who is most at risk. The Association also provides guidance on workplace standards and control and prevention, and offers a PDF fact sheet on protecting workers during a pandemic.
The Small Business Association provides guidance on how businesses should respond to COVID-19, including information on the Association's Economic Injury Disaster Loan program and Paycheck Protection Program. The loans can give economic relief to businesses severly impacted by the virus.
A free 18-hour joint conference put on by Remodelers Advantage and Pro Remodeler to help remodelers survive through COVID-19 and thrive after.
Remodelers and industry insiders from across the country describe their COVID-19 experience and response
Irons Brothers Construction, Shoreline, Wash.
Remodelers Joseph and Melissa Irons share Irons Brothers Construction's new COVID-19 safety guidelines for its office and jobsites
Sebring Design Build, Naperville, Ill.
Design-build remodeler Bryan Sebring shares what tools he's using to communicate while sheltering in place
NAHB 2020 Chariman Dean Mon discusses the challenges remodelers should prepare for in the coming weeks and months
Reborn Cabinets, Anaheim, Calif.
Veteran remodeler Vince Nardo shares budjet and staff adjustments his company's had to make
Executive director Jan Burchett discusses the adjustments the Kansas City chapter's had to make, as well as how its helping its members stay positive
Home improvement veteran Brian Gottlieb shares advice on shoring up your business's finances and explains why remodeling is essential in these times
Architecural Craftsman, Kansas City, Kan.
Owner, designer, and project manager Mary Thompson shares some of her biggest COVID-19 concerns, including the impact of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act
BJ Werzyn, whose company operates in several states, explains how he was able to protect his business in the early days of COVID-19 in the US, and how his executives are using Facebook to stay engaged with worried employees.
Abby Window & Exteriors, Milwaukee, Wis.
Veteran remodeler and former Forty Under 40 winner Abby Binder talks virtual sales numbers and the danger of shuttering.
The chapter's executive director talks COVID-19 impact and response, including event cancellations and communication