Florida Business Laws and COVID-19

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Businesses in Florida have had to adapt quickly to new rules and regulations surrounding the COVID-19 Pandemic. In this guide, learn how businesses have had to adapt as well as available resources for business owners in Florida.

  • ContentCOVID-19 Resources for Florida Business Owners

    Even in the darkest of times, there is always hope. And for Florida business owners suffering through the economic fallout from COVID-19, there is help. [Previously], we shared some of the funding and financial assistance options available through the State of Florida, as well as federal government agencies.

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  • ContentHelp for Owners of Bars, Restaurants, and Similar Fort Lauderdale Businesses Affected by COVID-19

    As the number of Coronavirus, or COVID-19, cases across the United States continues to increase exponentially, so do the number of government restrictions. In Fort Lauderdale, like many other parts of Florida and the country, all public and private beaches and parks are closed. Large gatherings have been prohibited. As per Broward County’s emergency order, all “non-essential” businesses are closed.

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  • ContentAdapting to Economic and Business Changes Post COVID-19

    This too shall pass. It is only a matter of time, yet it seems unlikely that everything will go back to “normal” – or at least to the way it was before the COVID-19 pandemic ravaged the global economy. Changes based on lessons learned during this dangerous and unprecedented time are inevitable.

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  • ContentAid and Funding Available for Florida Businesses Affected by COVID-19

    For now, there is no denying that the “new normal” in the United States is grim. As COVID-19 spreads across the country, we are inundated with case numbers, death rates and new government restrictions. As schools and small businesses remain closed, unemployment claims continue to soar.

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