COVID-19 Resources

Business Resources During the COVID-19 Pandemic

COVID- 19 Upcoming Webinars:

Main Street America The National Main Street Center will be hosting two webinars specifically for Main Street programs on the short-term and long-term effects of COVID-19

ACCION is partnering with public and private small business stakeholders on a series of  free webinars to help small businesses learn new skills to meet today’s COVID-19 challenges.

COVID-19 Economic Resources:

COVID-19 Health Resources:

Federal, State and Local Updates from:

COVID-19 Guidelines SPANISH / Pautas COVID-19 ESPAÑOL

Report Activities That Violate the Stay-At-Home Order

In order to slow the spread of COVID-19 (novel coronavirus), we need to stay home as much as possible. We’ve heard concerns from residents regarding non-essential businesses staying open and large group gatherings. In response, we’ve developed a hotline and email for residents to report these activities that violate the Stay-at-Home Order. This hotline and email work for unincorporated Merced County as well as its six cities:
• Hotline: 209-381-1100 (8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday)
• Email: COVIDcomplaint@countyofmerced.com

Para frenar la propagación de COVID-19 (nuevo coronavirus), debemos quedarnos en casa tanto como sea posible. Hemos escuchado inquietudes de los residentes con respecto a negocios no esenciales que permanecen abiertos y reuniones de grupos grandes. En respuesta, hemos desarrollado una línea directa y un correo electrónico para que los residentes denuncien estas actividades que violan la Orden de quedarse en casa. Esta línea directa y correo electrónico funcionan para el Condado de Merced no incorporado, así como para sus seis ciudades:
• Línea directa: 209-381-1100 (8 a.m. a 5 p.m. de lunes a viernes)
• Correo electrónico: COVIDcomplaint@countyofmerced.com