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New Stay-at-Home Orders in Virginia, Maryland and D.C.
March 31, 2020

According to data form Johns Hopkins University, the U.S. now counts the most coronavirus cases of any country with more than 153,200 confirmed cases and at least 2,828 deaths. In response, Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C. have now joined the several other US states that have issued stay-at-home orders. Virginia’s order, which is in effect […]

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The CARES Act and Your Business
March 31, 2020

On Friday, President Trump signed into law the CARES Act, the largest emergency aid package in history. It will provide critical relief that is desperately needed by businesses and workers across the country to help make it through these difficult times. However, we recognize that not everyone will benefit as quickly or with as much support […]

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COVID-19 Relief Resources
March 30, 2020

As new information pours in daily, we’ll update these Relief Resources as they become available. SBA Disaster Loans: The Three Step Process Express Bridge Loan Pilot Program Guide Travel and Tourism Industry COVID-19 Relief Summary ABA Coronavirus Conference Call – PowerPoint Deck Federal Relief Bill – Appropriations Committee Summary CARES Act: Section-by-Section Insperity HR: Employer […]

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An Open Letter to the Coronavirus
March 26, 2020

To the Novel Coronavirus, Congratulations on your meteoric rise to fame. In the span of a few mere weeks, you have become the media’s darling, the world’s biggest celebrity, and the puppeteer manipulating how we as a race go about our collective life. Bravo. Far be it from me to stand toe to toe against such a herculean being, […]

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Travel Leaders Meet to Address COVID-19
March 25, 2020

Eleven association leaders hold unprecedented meeting, seek to safeguard members’ businesses. With the travel and tourism industry trending to be one of the nation’s industries hit hardest by COVID-19, a group of leaders from 11 travel and tourism associations convened in person and by phone in Washington, D.C. They, along with representatives from the Department […]

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