GUIDELINES FOR RECOVERY
Missouri is fully open for business but we still have to be careful
It is recommended to implement basic infection prevention measures informed by industry best practices, regarding:
• Protective equipment;
• Temperature checks;
• Wear a cloth face covering, if social distancing is not able to be maintained;
• Testing, isolating, and contact tracing; and
• Sanitation, including disinfection of common and high-traffic areas (entrances, breakrooms, locations where there is high-frequency employee interaction with the public/customers).
Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)
Missouri Chamber Foundation – Uniting for Recovery
Missouri businesses have played a critical role in the effort to stop the spread of COVID-19. As local and statewide restrictions were put into place, many employers drastically altered their operations with some closing their doors completely. As the response continues, many employers across the state are working to develop strategies to enable them to reopen when the threat subsides.
Based on the best practices, the Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry is providing guidelines and suggestions to assist businesses in their efforts to create safe workplaces for their employees an customers. Click here to download PDF “Uniting for Recovery: Return to work guide”.
The Missouri Chamber Foundation has released results of a survey of its members that illustrate the tremendous impact that the coronavirus crisis is having in our state. They highlight the need for a strong, immediate response from state leaders to ensure our economy can rebound when this crisis eases. Click here to download PDF “United for Recovery: A COVID-19 Economic Response Agenda”.