Where can I get guidance documents and assistance in SPANISH about COVID-19 for employees and employers?

The official CDC website in Spanish provides many valuable resources worth sharing with employees and a specific page “Resources for businesses and employees / Recursos para empresas y empleados”. Numerous CDC-developed factsheets exist in Spanish on COVID-19.

The California Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is an additional resource for businesses seeking COVID-19 response assistance.

For phone assistance in Spanish, the Sacramento Business Chamber launched a rapid response hotline for businesses assistance in English & Spanish for businesses affected by COVID-19: 1-833-391-1919. As they are experiencing a high call volume, be prepared to leave a message with your name, number, and a brief outline of your questions so that they can call you back.

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1. Is my business allowed to remain open? Is my business considered "essential"?
2. What will happen if a “non-essential business” stays open?
3. Where can I find the publicly available database webpage of Woodland restaurants, cafes, breweries, and wineries offering curbside and home delivery – and how can I be included in this database?
4. What if I am unable to pay my rent during the closure?
5. Will my utilities be shut off if I can’t pay my bill?
6. How will the City help me protect my store or property if needed?
7. What resources are available if I have to lay off workers, if I lose my job or if I need to close my business?
8. What should I be doing to protect my employees from COVID-19?
9. I operate a food service facility - what practices should I follow to keep my patrons safe?
10. Where can I go to get daily updates on COVID-19 cases in Yolo County?
11. If my employer is not taking appropriate safety measures to protect me, who do I contact?
12. Where can I get guidance documents and assistance in SPANISH about COVID-19 for employees and employers?
13. Does the City of Woodland have financial assistance programs for businesses?
14. What federal and state programs are available to help my businesses?
15. If I am applying for / received an Economic Injury Disaster Loan, is my small business eligible to participate in the Paycheck Protection Program?
16. I received an Economic Injury Disaster Loan – Can I apply for the Paycheck Protection Program?
17. Do I have to choose either the Economic Injury Disaster Loan OR the Paycheck Protection Program?