If you or a loved one are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms or if you think you have been exposed to COVID-19, contact your health care provider. Those without a primary care provider can access more information through the following resources:
During these difficult times, is important to remember that mental health is as important as physical health. If you are experiencing heightened anxiety, feeling isolated, or want to talk to someone, the following resources can help:
Do you need information on COVID-19 testing or have a question about a patient’s symptoms?
Is your facility reporting a shortage of supplies, personal protective equipment, or personnel?
Do you need additional information on telehealth services?
School re-opening for the 2020-2021 school year will be decided at the local level. Local school boards and health departments have the legal authority to determine how schools will operate, unless overridden by directives issued by Governor Bullock.
Find resources below for students continuing to engage in distance learning:
Child care assistance:
Resources for Tribal or urban Indian leaders are available here:
Resources are available to those that have experienced reductions in hours or loss of employment due to COVID-19:
The state has used Coronavirus Relief Funds to offer a number of programs for small businesses, including to help with existing business loans and industries hit particularly hard by the crisis. For more information, click here.
Economic Impact Payments (EIP)
Anyone eligible for the one-time payments can find more information at IRS.gov.
Any veteran with symptoms such as fever, cough or shortness of breath should immediately contact their local VA facility by calling MyVA311 at 844-698-2311 (press 3 to be connected).
If you are traveling abroad and having trouble accessing safety and security information: