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COVID-19 Government Guidance 

 

Congressman Fred UptonFred Upton 113th Congress photo

Coronavirus resource guides from Congressman Upton: 

Coronavirus Resources for Southwest Michigan

Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act

Paycheck Protection Program and Loan Forgiveness 

Direct Financial Assistance

Coronavirus Stimulus Bill for Education Professionals, Families and Individuals 

 

 

State Senator Kim LaSataKim LaSata Headshot

Senator LaSata was elected in November 2018 to represent the people of the 21st Senate District in Southwest Michigan, which includes Berrien, Cass, and St. Joseph Counties. 

Latest news from Senator LaSata:

Open MI Safely - Senate Republican Plan

Supporting addtional funding for front-line workers, others affected by COVID-19 - May 13, 2020

Supporting COVID-19 protections, defending the people's voice in emergency actions - April 30, 2020

LaSata named to COVID-19 panel - April 24, 2020

LaSata applauds Whitmer for extending pesticide applicator certifications - April 17, 2020

 

 

State Representative Pauline WendzelPauline Wendzel Headshot Website

State Representative Pauline Wendzel represents the 79th District, which includes part of Berrien County including the cities of Coloma, St. Joseph, Benton Harbor, Bridgman and Watervliet, as well as the townships of Bainbridge, Benton, Coloma, Hagar, Lake Charter, Lincoln, Royalton, St. Joseph and Watervliet. Representative Wendzel recently supported a $25 million emergency budget action plan addressing challenges due to Coronavirus.  

Coronavirus resources from Representative Wendzel:

Latest Michigan updates, new cases and resources 

How to protect yourself, and what to do if you're sick 

 

 

Governor Gretchen WhitmerGretchen Whitmer Headshot

On May 6, 2020, Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer issued a revised stay-at-home order for the State of Michigan through May 28.  You can find that order here.  You can find a 1-pager with highlights of the revised plan here

MI Safe Start Plan 

Guidance for Individuals to determine if they can leave home.

Guidance for Businesses to determine who can perform in-person work.

Visit the Department of Homeland Security web page (here) for details on Essential Critical Infrastructure Workforce definitions (pdf). 

Unemployment Benefits 

Headspace - Stay Home, Stay MIndful 

 

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