Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Resources

As we monitor the evolving situation, Aim has gathered resources to provide you with helpful information as it becomes available. Please check back regularly as information becomes available.

Please do not hesitate to send documents and links you believe would be helpful to your peers to Jennifer Simmons at [email protected]. We are happy to review them and determine if they are appropriate for the site.

Indiana COVID-19 Cases Tracker

The Polis Center has created a live dashboard of Indiana’s confirmed COVID-19
cases, testing levels, deaths, along with a county map showing the location of cases.

Center for Disease Control and Prevention

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has a hub dedicated to what you should know, situtation updates, and information for communities, schools, and businesses.

World Health Organization

Find information and guidance from the World Health Organization (WHO) regarding the current outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) that was first reported from Wuhan, China, on 31 December 2019.

State Health Department

The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) is closely monitoring an outbreak of the 2019 novel (new) coronavirus or COVID-19. SDH is working with federal and local partners to respond to this evolving public health situation.

30 Days to Slow the Spread

On March 31, President Trump announced the extension of the Coronavirus Guidelines for America for an additional 30 days through Friday, April 30th. The recommendations are simple to follow and will continue to have a resounding impact on public health.

Essential Critical Infrastructure Workforce Guidance

To keep up with the evolving COVID-19 response, the Department of Homeland Security released guidance for cities and states to use.

Broadband Disaster Response Recommendations

The Disaster Response and Recovery Working Group presented a report and recommendations to the Broadband Deployment Advisory Committee of the Federal Communications Commission.

National League of Cities

The National League of Cities (NLC) has provided tools and resources to ensure local leaders are well equiped to navigate the current outbreak of coronavirus disease in their community. The resources include information from the CDC, WHO, White House, and other federal agencies.

International City/County Management Association

In an effort to provide interim guidance oriented to United States local government managers on COVID-19, ICMA has curated considerations for local preparedness and response along with essential resources.

U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

The EEOC enforces workplace anti-discrimination laws including the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Rehabilitation Act, including the requirement for reasonable accommodation and rules about medical examinations and inquiries.

Hoosier Assistance, Senator Mike Braun

Resource guides to help small-business owners, non-profit organizations, veterans, students, and employees across the state navigate the federal response to the coronavirus.

Office of Community and Rural Affairs

In an effort to provide an avenue to share links and best practices, the Office of Community and Rural Affairs (OCRA) created a resource page with information from state and federal partners.

Purdue Extension

Indiana local government associations and Purdue Extension have come together to provide a central hub of educational resources for local governments as they work to keep their community healthy, safe, and well-informed.

Survey Data: COVID-19 and Cities

NLC has just released results from a survey that shows the support for local government and their response to the Coronavirus Pandemic among the American public. An executive summary, crosstabs (including regional breakdowns), and toplines are available.

Facebook Local Alerts

Local governments have used Facebook to share critical information with their communities about this fast evolving situation. Facebook has expanded access to Facebook local alerts to more municipal governments, state and local emergency response organizations and law enforcement agencies.

Aim Emergency Situations Quick Guide

Aim has a Quick Guide video on Emergency Situations. The guide offers a comprehensive look into emergencies to assist city and town leaders..

Aim Medical Trust

The Aim Medical Trust has a few resources available, including human resource summaries of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act and Coronavirus Relief Laws and a video about preventing the spread link below.

JacksonLewis P.C.

As issues and concerns around Coronavirus/COVID-19 unfold daily, employers must prepare to address the threat as it relates to the health and safety of their workforce. JacksonLewis has information and resources available.

Ice Miller LLP

Ice Miller LLP has developed information about coronavirus can impact your business and what steps can be taken to mitigate that impact. Documents include steps to address the virus, worker’s compensation, and remote working.

Krieg DeVault, LLP

The Employment Law Team at Krieg DeVault, LLP, has put together a list of questions and answers concerning the EFMLEA and EPSLA for employers.

Barnes & Thornburg LLP

Barnes & Thornburg attorneys have been working with clients as they assess the impact of this pandemic on their businesses.

Bliss McKnight, Inc.

Bliss McKnight, Inc. has gathered resources to provide guidance on preventing the spread of the virus, appropriate occupational health measures, and recommended national and international protocols.

Dentons Bingham Greenebaum

Dentons Bingham Greenbaum has developed resources to fully understand and assess the ramifications of COVID-19 on their hub. Click on United States to access the information.

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