The Western White Mountains Chamber continues to monitor the economic impact of COVID-19. We are in communication daily with various state, local and public health officials and our chamber peers across NH and New England. Our goal is to continue to understand and listen to our members and visitors’ challenges and to stay current with the resources and supports available today along with changing policies and programs being updated daily.
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to rapidly change the dynamic of everyday life. It is important that we, as good citizens, are listening to the guidance of public health authorities and taking all the necessary precautions to keep ourselves, our families and our communities safe.
We, alongside of our members, are committed to doing everything we can to ensure the safety and health of our employees, communities and visitors. We are continuously looking at, and applying new measures, protocols, and services to keep our guests, staffs and communities safe and secure as updates come in through state and national orders. We encourage all members and visitors to follow guidelines recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and please contact businesses directly prior to visiting to get the latest details.
We encourage all chamber members to keep abreast of news reports and advice from public health officials and to pay attention to travel advisories which are rapidly changing. If you have a particular challenge impacting your employees or work environment and are seeking guidance to address the issue, ask for our assistance. We can connect you with opportunities and reach out to our network of resources to help you find a solution.
This situation is fluid, but we are monitoring it very closely and will be sending periodic updates. Working together, we can do our part to prevent the spread of coronavirus. We have an amazing community that will lift each other up and support one another during this most difficult time.
Executive Director, Western White Mountains Chamber of Commerce
Here are a few resources to monitor that you may find helpful:
- Office of Governor Sununu
- New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services -211
- NH Small Business Administration
- NH Economy
- NH Lodging and Restaurant Association
- NH Employment Security
- Business & Industry of NH
- United States Chamber of Commerce Resources & Guidelines for Business
- US. Travel Association
- Small Business Administration Guidance and Assistance
- National Restaurant Association
- Bartender Emergency Assistance Program