Cape Cod & COVID-19

CHAMBER INFO:
We are #InThisTogether working to keep our Cape strong and resilient during the COVID-19 crisis. One way we are doing this is by sharing member updates @CapeCodChamber Instagram story in the highlight labeled “Open4Biz.” Tag us in your Instagram posts and stories or notify us at membership@capecodchamber.org

You can send us business questions or comments to a special in-box monitored by several Chamber staff: cccoc-COVID@capecodchamber.org. Chamber staff is available Monday through Friday by email or phone from 8:30 am to 5 pm.

We encourage you to connect with other members via our Community Member Message Board located in your Member Portal. Log in here >

Play #CapeCodChamberLove Bingo for a chance to win: Let’s support our member businesses and have a fun time doing it!

Click here to find a list of local restaurants offering take-out at this time ( and don't forget pet food/supplies!) For questions about this page, email membership@capecodchamber.org.

Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce offers Complimentary Membership during the COVID-19 Crisis:  receive important updates as business info breaks, and our bi-weekly enews. Provide your name, business name and email address to: membership@capecodchamber.org

Governor Baker announced a statewide stay-at-home order effective at 12pm on Tuesday, March 24 through Tuesday, April 7 at 12pm. All businesses that do not provide “COVID-19 Essential Services” must close their physical facilities to workers and the public.

The Coronavirus Emergency Loans Small Business Guide and Checklist takes a small business step-by-step through the process of preparing to file for a loan.

This interactive map shows how much aid is available under the Small Business Paycheck Protection Program to help small businesses in each state.

Latest Guidance from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Here is the link to the Dept. of Unemployment Assistance

Latest guidance from the Small Business Administration


Latest updates from Cape Cod Healthcare

Latest updates from Barnstable County


Prepare for Recovery by Cliff Robbins, MSBDC Senior Business Advisor

Community resources developed by the Cape Cod Commission

The Registry of Motor Vehicles is extending the expiration date of certain credentials. Read more here >

Find information on a Bartender Emergency Assistance Program

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation has this employers’ resource page

BoardSource resource at no charge to every non-profit navigating these eventful days