COVID-19 Resources

Printable flyers and posters

Don't be a baby.  Please wear a mask

Re-Opening Best Practices

Financial Resources

  • Small Business Administration
    • There are a number of financial assistance programs for small businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The Small Business Administration provides an overview and comparison of them.

      • Small Business Administration COVID-19 Economic Injury Disaster Loan
        • Oklahoma small businesses are now eligible for the SBA’s Economic Injury Disaster Loan program. The program provides small businesses with working capital loans of up to $2 million to help overcome the temporary loss of revenue they are experiencing. Application and Qualification Information
      • Paycheck Protection Program 1 & 2
        • The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) is part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. All loan proceeds used to cover payroll, rent, mortgage interest payments and utilities during the 8 weeks after the loan funds will be forgiven. Both borrowers and lenders can find more information at the SBA websitePPP Program Information
        • How to Apply for PPP Part 1 or 2 - Contact your banker or a bank that provides SBA loans and fill out the PPP application form. Click here to find a local bank servicing PPP Loans.
        • This program received a boost of new funding in January 2021.

Employment Issues

  • New Sick Leave & Family and Medical Leave Act Benefits
  • How will furloughing employees affect you long term? (and other unemployment questions)
  • Oklahoma Works COVID-19 Page
    • COVID-19 is having a unique impact on certain elements of Oklahoma’s Workforce System. This page will serve as an update on unemployment insurance, American Job Centers, companies hiring, resources, and other workforce needs.
    • Oklahoma Works COVID-19 Page

Other Resources

  • COVID-19 Local Ordinances Our partners at the Oklahoma Municipal League have been compiling all the local ordinances and public safety proclamations that have been issued during this period. You can find a link your communities' guidelines here:

  • Essential Business List from OK Department of Commerce

  • COVID-19 Industry Webinars with Secretary of Commerce Kouplen

    • Recurring weekly webinars addressing the COVID-19 situation and business needs are scheduled on Wednesdays. Webinars are limited to 1000 participants and are first come, first served. Calls are organized by industry to deliver specific information. Join the calls that are appropriate for your business. Our team has participated in every retail call and they have been very informative. I recommend them to all small business owners as Secretary Kouplen is always ready to share the most up to date information you need. He is a small business owner himself and his insight is fantastic! View the Schedule and Conference Links