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To best serve businesses and communities dealing with the impact of COVID-19, the Commerce team is taking a proactive approach by temporarily redirecting human and financial resources to support the North Dakota business community. While you should continue to receive your public health information from the North Dakota Department of Health and the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, important information pertaining to both state and federal resources available to businesses and communities affected economically as a result of this public health threat.
Your ND Small Business Development Centers, ND Procurement Technical Assistance Center and VBOC of the Dakotas programs are focused on assisting with the continuity of operations of our small business clients across the state.
COVID-19 News Updates
Coronavirus/COVID19 - Resources and Updates
In an attempt to drive data-based decisions versus further actions of fear or panic, GNDC has created this info and response page. Serving as a hub to update North Dakota business, industry, and individuals of ongoing impacts at the local level and beyond to the world market.
Dear Businesses of Pierce County,
Thank you for all you do for our community. More than ever, we need to band together to fight this COVID-19 Pandemic. The county has formed an Incident Command System to help out our community members. We are currently updating the Pierce County Website with current information regarding COVID-19 communication and resources for our people and businesses. Below is a file with screening questions for patrons that you can post outside your door if you are remaining open. Remember those employees who may have underlying health conditions and consider if they are able to work from home. Other guidance is listed on the attachment titled Coronavirus (COVID-19) Safety. We would also like to list any closures or announcements from your business on the county website so please communicate back to this email .
Thank you so much. Samantha Wentz, LRDHU Pierce County Health