COVID-19: Resources For Your Business

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Businesses across industries are scrambling to effectively strategize in the face of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Off the cuff technological solutions, new and improved employee safety measures, and new forms of team communications are just some of the challenges your business may be facing. 

New problems and answers arise on a daily basis. From the corporate sector to the U.S. government, the uncertain landscape is matched with concerted effort to curb the spread of COVID-19 in the U.S. and around the world. 

As businesses find their stride, they're also facing an onslaught of information about COVID-19. At, we've compiled a comprehensive list of COVID-19 resources from trustworthy sources. 

Use this page to stay updated with the latest health information from U.S., and global authorities, get free templates and advice on crisis communication for business to keep your clients at ease, and discover free COVID-19 courses to help understand the virus from trusted global health organizations. 

In times of crisis, it can feel incredibly overwhelming to seed out the good information from the bad. Tune out the noise and stay informed with trustworthy information and business resources to get you and your company through the complex challenges brought on by COVID-19. 

Free Business-Specific Resources: 

Crisis Communications 

Government Resources for Businesses 

Managing Remote Work 


Latest Health News

World Health Organization (WHO)

The WHO is a specialized agency within the United Nations, concerned with world public health. As the main international health organization tackling the spread of COVID-19, look to the WHO to get the latest updated information that could impact your business, including: 

Learn more about COVID-19 from the WHO here

Center for Disease Control (CDC)

The Center for Disease Control is the primary health protection agency in the United States, under the Department of Health and Human Services. They keep an updated map of the spread of COVID-19 across the U.S., track the latest directives being given from the White House, and provide updated resources for: 

  • Businesses and employers: how to plan, prepare and respond to COVID-19; 

  • Individuals in high risk groups: how to best protect yourself from the spread of the virus; 

  • Families: how to prepare for COVID-19 if you have children; and

  • Communities: including resources for schools and childcare services, colleges and universities, faith-based organizations, homeless shelters, first responders & law enforcement and more. 

Johns Hopkins University & Medicine 

Johns Hopkins experts in global public health, infectious disease, and emergency preparedness have been at the forefront of the international response to COVID-19. Amongst the free health resources they offer, you can find: 

Discover the free courses available to help you and your business stay ahead of the curve. 

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