Georgia Chamber Encourages Fact-Based Decision Making on COVID19
Both U.S. Chamber and Governor Kemp’s Office point to CDC as best source for information
The Georgia Chamber is encouraging Georgia businesses to make fact-based decisions and to stay updated regarding COVID19.
“We thank Governor Brian Kemp and his steady hand through the early days of the process to keep Georgia safe and our economy strong,” said Chris Clark, Georgia Chamber President and CEO. “We are working daily with the U.S. Chamber and our local partners to provide the latest insights and information for Georgia businesses.”
For factual resources during this global health concern, please review the following employer resource links:
- Video message from Georgia Chamber President & CEO Chris Clark
- Latest news on COVID19 in Georgia from the Governor’s Office
- View the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Coronavirus resource page
- View the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention webpage for businesses: Interim Guidance for Businesses and Employers to Plan and Respond to Coronavirus Disease 2019, Feb 2020.
- Sign up for CDC.gov email updates
- Watch a webinar with discussion from Dr. Nancy Messonnier, staff lead for the CDC’s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases
Based on response from Chamber members desiring to register for our upcoming programs, but under individual company restrictions to attend, the Georgia Chamber will postpone its Future of Free Enterprise event for March 23, 2020. A rescheduled date will be announced later in the second quarter.
The Georgia Chamber will continue to keep members and partners informed on the latest news and facts surrounding this issue and work to send out communication as it is deemed relevant, timely and beneficial. For more information on the Georgia Chamber, please visit www.gachamber.com.