COVID-19 Resource Center

COVID-19 is changing the way we do business and those changes are happening on-the-fly. The Eastham Chamber will continue to monitor the news and emergency laws that affect our local, regional and state communities and bring whatever news and business resources to you as we carefully evaluate their general significance.

Please continue to follow our social media channels and return to this website for more information.

Businesses are OPEN using new COVID-19 safety standards, often remotely but can still provide the services you require. Most dining and retail can also be accessed by phone or online and offer curbside pick up and/or delivery. Please support your local businesses. They are owned and operated by your neighbors. 
Open for Business during COVID-19

Letter to Cape Cod Second Homeowners

LOCAL UPDATES
Meetings and Events: Consistent with Governor Baker’s advice, effective immediately and until further notice, in-person Eastham Chamber meetings programs and events will be rescheduled, or include a virtual option, or be only virtual.
Beach Safety Rules Poster
FOOD SERVICES FOR THE OUTER CAPE
Eastham Mask Signs for Businesses
Town Board & Committee Meetings
Restaurants providing Take Out and/or Delivery
Eastham ACE Hardware Pick Up and/or Delivery
Dental Arts Studio of Cape Cod Emergency Service
ServSafe Tips for Restaurants
HPC Availability for Neighbors in Need
REGIONAL UPDATES
COVID-19 Checklist for Retail
COVID-19 Safety Standards for Retail
COVID-19 Checklist for Lodging
COVID-19 Safety Standards for Lodging
COVID-19 Checklist for Restaurants
COVID-19 Safety Standards for Restaurants
COVID-19 Cleaning Public Restrooms
Reopening Cape Cod Website
Mandatory Self-Certification Requirements
Easy Guide for MA Reopening Plan
Municipal Planning Strategies Toolkit
Beach Guidance
Cape Cod Reopening Task Force
Golf Course Guidelines – May 7, 2020
Cape Cod COVID Numbers and Figures
#Masks4AllCapeCod
March 20 Policy Update for COVID Testing
Cape Cod Drive-Through COVID-19 Testing Location
STATE UPDATES
Reopening Control Plan Form
Employers’ Return to the Workplace Guide
Massachusetts Transitions to the First Phase of a Four-Phase Approach
Gov Baker Extends Non-Essential Business Closures to May 18th
Grants for Museums-Libraries-Archives & Other Nonprofits
Mass Humanities Grants
DUA COVID-19 Employer Notice
Finance and Guidance Resources for Businesses
MEMA Updates on COVID-19
Unemployment Assistance Guidance for CARES Act
Grant Fund for the Creative
Governor Allows Beer/Wine Sales with Takeout Meals
March 31 Hotel/Motel/Inns/Short Term Rentals Guidance
PPE Procurement and Donation Program
Travelers to MA Advised to Self-Quarantine for 14 Days
March 26, 2020 MEMA Update
MA Income Tax Filing Deadline Extended to July 15
March 24 SBA Disaster Loan Fact Sheet & Update
March 23 Gov Orders Non-Essential Businesses To Cease In-Person Operations
March 22, 2020 SBA Modifies Loan Repayment Terms
State Hosts Unemployment Insurance Virtual Town Halls
Child-Care/Day-Care Closures
Families First COVID Response Act Chart
ABCC Extended Credit Terms
MassTrac Updates to COVID-19 Legislation
Lodging-Meals-Sales Tax Relief
SBA Offers Disaster Assistance to MA Small Businesses
March 17, 2020 MEMA Conference Call Notes
Massachusetts Emergency Management Assistance
Unemployment Resources
WorkShare Program
Rapid Response – Layoff Aversion
Know Plan Prepare
COVID-19 Pushing the MA Economy to Recession
COVID-19 Cases, Quarantine and Monitoring
FEDERAL UPDATES
National Restaurant Assn Reopening Guidance
SCORE Reopening Toolkit
SBA Coronavirus Relief Options
SBA Loan Comparison Guide
BBB Small Business Resources
U.S. Chamber Small Business Grants
Paycheck Protection Program FAQ
April 1 SBA Webinar on the Disaster Loan Program
Employee Retention Tax Credit
SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loans
Emergency Loans Small Business Guide and Checklist
March 27 J-1 Program Update
IRS Income Tax Extension
Social Security & Coronavirus
President’s Coronavirus Guidelines
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
CDC’s Interim Guidance for Businesses and Employers
Bartender Emergency Assistance Program

World Health Organization (WHO)

The ability of the small business entrepreneur is, more often than not, forced to reinvent itself whenever it faces a change in the times, whether welcome or forced as it is now due to the coronavirus pandemic. This adjustment to business procedures can often lead to new lines of revenue and a realignment of profit margins. This is one way that you can turn your present lack of business into an investment for your business’ future.