Business Support - COVID-19

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SID Economic Relief Survey

The COVID-19 pandemic is a public health crisis that has enormous economic implications. The federal government has passed a $2 trillion aid packages with more money to follow for sole proprietors and businesses to maintain basic operations to be able to reset and thrive. Click here to complete the survey.

Reopening Safely: A Guide to Recovery and Reinvention

For the NJBIA industry-specific best practice documents and a reopening toolkit click here.  

Economic Assistance for Businesses & Individuals

The State of New Jersey is providing guidance to all businesses being impacted by COVID-19. Please refer to the following link: http://cv.business.nj.gov/

Topics covered include operations guidance, economic assistance for business, benefits for impacted individuals, and more.

To apply for State Unemployment Insurance, please visit www.MyUnemployment.nj.gov or call the following phone numbers:
NORTH JERSEY: 201-601-4100
CENTRAL JERSEY: 732-761-2020

New Jersey State Executive Order - limiting business operations 

Restaurants and bars are limited to offering takeout and delivery. Dining in will not be allowed for the foreseeable future.

In addition, non-essential retail and entertainment businesses in the state must close at 8 p.m. every day beginning Monday. They may remain open during daytime hours each day, as long as they keep their occupancy to 10 people and adhere to “social distancing” guidelines.

Gov. Murphy Executive Order #125 for NJ TRANSIT, Private Carriers, and Restaurants - Currently in effect 

Sale of Alcoholic Beverages by Certain License and Permit Holders for Takeout and Delivery - Currently in effect

Curbside Pickup at Non-Essential Retail Businesses - Currently in effect 

Please note that bills above will expire six months following the date: (1) on which the state of emergency has ended; or (2) on which the coronavirus-related occupancy or customer seating restrictions no longer apply to the licensed premises, whichever occurs later.

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