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COVID-19 Resources

Fayette Chamber COVID19 Update
Posted: March 17, 2020

To all Chamber members:

The Fayette Chamber of Commerce and our Board of Directors take the health and safety of our communities very seriously.

With the growing number of cases confirmed in Georgia, it is prudent that we be prepared and ready to deal with the situation equipped with the facts. While there is still much to learn about this virus, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Georgia Department of Health and Human Services (DPHHS) are all excellent resources that businesses and families can turn to when looking for more information on the virus.

Beginning Monday, March 16, Chamber staff will be working remotely; therefore our office building will be closed to all visitors. We will notify our members about the upcoming committee meetings and programs as they occur. We will continue to assess internal operations on a weekly basis and will work to reschedule external meetings personnel in doing their jobs consistently and effectively.

The safety of our community, membership, and staff is the top priority for the Chamber, and we will continue to monitor the ever-changing situation and be providing additional information and resources on our dedicated webpage,

Please don’t hesitate to reach out if we can provide further resources for you during this time. Together we will get through this challenge.

The Fayette Chamber encourages businesses to prepare for the impacts of COVID-19 transmission in the United States. Below are various resources for your business and our community. 

Relief & Response News Updates:

 

Office of the Governor: Click here to view Executive Orders from Governor Kemp

 

Fayette County Municipalities:

 

Resources for Working Remotely:

 

Upcoming Training Opportunities:

 

Please visit the Chamber's Digital Content Archive for professional development and business growth resources.

 

You can view the latest updates for Fayette County restaurant, catering, and grocery services on the Feeding Fayette Facebook page. Don't forget the hashtags! #FayetteGAChamber #FeedingFayette

 

Click here to view which Chamber businesses are open and how they are accommodating COVID-19 precautions. 

 

 

If you are seeking full-time, part-time, or supplemental work, please visit CreateYourStory.org for job-seeker information. Or, visit the Chamber's Job Posting page.

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