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- **NEW** Summary of 501(c)(6) Eligibility in Pandemic Relief Package Expansion of PPP
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- Coronavirus Tax Relief and Economic Impact Payments
- Apply for SBA Small Business Disaster Loans
- CARES Act Paycheck Protection Program Information
- Centers for Disease Control Guidance for Small Business
- Reemployment Assistance Application Portal
- Reemployment Assistance Resource Guide
- Top 10 Things You Should Know About the Reemployment Assistance System When Filing Your Claim
- Download the Florida Reemployment Assistance Application
- CareerSource Okaloosa Walton
- A Guide To Find Work During The Coronavirus Pandemic
- Florida Chamber of Commerce Coronavirus Site
- U.S. Chamber of Commerce Coronavirus Site
- Attorney General Moody Activates Price Gouging Hotline
- Florida Retail Federation (tracking local ordinances statewide)
- Caring & Sharing of South Walton's COVID-19 Relief Fund
- Save Florida Business Initiative
- Walton County Emergency Management
- Walton County Department of Health
- Florida Department of Health
- U.S. White House
- U.S. Food & Drug Administration
- **NEW** COVID-19 Vaccines FAQ
- World Health Administration
- Centers for Disease Control
- 5 Tips for Staying Productive and Mentally Healthy While You're Working From Home
- How To Work From Home: 20 Tips From People Who Do It Successfully
- Work from Home 101
- How To Survive Working at Home- While the Kids Are Home, Too
- Protecting Your Meetings- Zoom Security Tips
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Florida's Governor Regulations
- Walton County beaches are open to the public, although there are restrictions in place. Learn more here.
- Florida restaurants can operate at 100 percent capacity by order of the governor. Limited social distancing measures may be in place and staff may be wearing masks or other protective equipment.
- By order of the governor, bars, pubs and nightclubs may operate at full capacity with limited social distancing protocols.
- Effective Sept. 25, retailers, gyms and other businesses may operate at full capacity as long as they follow appropriate sanitation practices.
For the best scientific and medical guidelines, monitor the Center for Disease Control and Prevention website at www.cdc.gov.