Author: Soua Vang, MCR

As we continue to monitor the conditions, there has been an increase in new cases nationwide and raising concerns about the spread of the virus. Recently, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared COVID-19 a pandemic. The situation regarding COVID-19 continues to be dynamic, San Bernardino County Public Health also declared a public health emergency due to coronavirus as a proactive measure. We recognize that these events may have impacted you and your businesses.

The San Bernardino County Department of Public Health (DPH) has continued to monitor Novel Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) as the situation is quickly evolving. Please see the link below to stay updated on all new information.

Our State and Federal partners are diligently working in partnership with counties to pursue SBA’s Economic Injury Disaster Declaration with required documentation.

Please continue to check these resources that capture the State’s current guidance that is currently evolving.

All official public health information can be found at the California Department of Public Health:

The latest news on business assistance can be found on GO-Biz’s website:

Employers and workers can find resources here:

Access to capital programs remains in place, including special disaster assistance at the state and federal levels.

  • California IBank: Small Business Finance Center
  • California Treasurers Office: CalCAP
  • U.S. SBA: Disaster Loan Program Online Application
  • EXIM Bank: EXIM Extends Program
  • EDD: Work Sharing Program

Thank you for your partnership, and we wish you, your families and colleagues continued safety and health.