COVID-19 Resources: Planning for a Safe Reopening

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It is important to remember that although we are progressing into reopening, that we continue to fight this deadly virus. It is imperative to follow issued guidelines and adhere to strict safety protocols to protect our employees, our customers, and our communities. Continue reading
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COVID-19 Resources and Helpful Websites

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Here are some business-related resources as well as official informational websites to help keep the Greater Baltimore business community healthy and safe during the COVID-19 outbreak. Continue reading
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CareFirst accelerates over $170M in payments and other support to healthcare providers

CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield will offer a new accelerated payment program to an array of healthcare providers experiencing financial strain due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Continue reading
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Baltimore Sun: Maryland sees spike of 1,100 new coronavirus cases, but most hospitals aren’t yet at capacity

An additional 104 hospitalizations because of the coronavirus were announced April 8, an uptick of nearly 10%. While 1,210 Marylanders in all have been hospitalized, 365 have been released from isolation. Continue reading
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GBC and GBC Health Care Committee host Hopkins COVID-19 Briefing

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The discussion included a welcome and introduction by Johns Hopkins University President Ronald Daniels who provided an overview of Hopkins' role in the national COVID-19 response. Continue reading
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Legg Mason invites organizations to #InspireACTION

These stories involve local organizations that have quickly adapted their mission to the current environment to provide critical support to those in need. Continue reading
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Baltimore Corps’ Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic in Baltimore

Baltimore Corps will announce an intensive technical assistance program and a public education campaign to support small businesses and social entrepreneurs trying to navigate the crisis. Continue reading
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M&T contributes $100,000 to Baltimore City Public Schools’ fund supporting students, families affected by COVID-19

M&T Bank is contributing $100,000 to the Baltimore City Public Schools’ Fund for Educational Excellence to help feed the city’s students and their family members directly or indirectly affected by the COVID-19 outbreak. Continue reading
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Sagamore Spirit Distillery to produce hand sanitizer amid COVID-19 pandemic

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Sagamore Spirit has procured materials sufficient to manufacture an initial 54,000 liters of hand sanitizer that will first be made available to Maryland health providers including Johns Hopkins. Continue reading
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