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CORONAVIRUS RESOURCES

Coronavirus Information and Resources for Businesses

The situation surrounding the Coronavirus is rapidly evolving and we at the Greater Pensacola Chamber of Commerce want to make sure you are taking proper steps to protect your business and family.  At this time, per the guidance of the Centers for Disease Control, we are postponing all Chamber events indefinitely. We will evaluate future events in the coming weeks.

We want to ask for your patience during this challenging time and again ask for you to stay informed by following official government sources for the latest announcements and implore you to follow the guidance provided by government officials. You can go to our dedicated Coronavirus Resources pages below for links to official information resources. We will continue to update this page with resources for businesses and families as this situation progresses.  We will be sending a business survey later this week to determine the needs of our local business community.

For the time being, we will operate as a Virtual Chamber of Commerce.  Our office will be closed to visitors, but Chamber staff is still working and will continue to provide information for businesses and the public through our social media sites and via email.

 

Escambia County COVID-19 Metrics

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Greater Pensacola Chamber President Todd Thomson discusses the economic impacts of COVID-19 on In Studio with Jeff Weeks

Greater Pensacola Chamber President Todd Thomson discusses the local employment impacts of COVID-19 with the Pensacola City Council

March 19th Coronavirus Update

By Todd Thomson | March 19, 2020

Workers are starting feel the impact of Coronavirus on our local economy. At the Greater Pensacola Chamber of Commerce, we want to provide the resources for workers that are looking to find a job at this time. To assist jobseekers and businesses looking to fill jobs, we have added the Employment Resources tab to our…

Take the Florida Business Damage Assessment Survey

By Todd Thomson | March 18, 2020

As the lead Emergency Support Function Agency (ESF-18) for Business and Industry in Escambia County, the Greater Pensacola Chamber of Commerce needs your help as we feel the economic impacts from the Coronavirus.  We are working with our business and government partners to obtain as much information from our local businesses as possible starting now…

March 18th Coronavirus Update

By Todd Thomson | March 18, 2020

Our local businesses will soon feel the economic impact of the Coronavirus.  The Greater Pensacola Chamber of Commerce wants to provide you access to the resources that are available to help your business through this time.   The Florida Small Business Emergency Bridge Loan Program is now taking applications for short-term loans.  Daniel Harrell, attorney with…

March 17th Coronavirus Update

By Todd Thomson | March 17, 2020

I wanted to provide the latest on what’s happening with Coronavirus locally and what we at the Greater Pensacola Chamber are doing to support our local businesses. To help keep information about Coronavirus concise and easy to find, we have updated our Coronavirus Resource Page with direct links for Business Resources, Health Resources, and Community…

March 16th Coronavirus Update

By Todd Thomson | March 16, 2020

The situation surrounding the Coronavirus is rapidly evolving and we at the Greater Pensacola Chamber of Commerce want to make sure you are taking proper steps to protect your business and family.  At this time, per the guidance of the Centers for Disease Control, we are postponing all Chamber events through Friday, April 3rd.  We…

Coronavirus Information and Resources for Businesses

By Todd Thomson | March 11, 2020

At the Greater Pensacola Chamber of Commerce, we want to make sure the business community has the correct information and resources needed to understand what is happening with the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Right now, there are no reported of the Coronavirus in Escambia County and we want our residents and visitors to know that Pensacola…