Coronavirus Guidance & Resources - Updated March 25, 2020
As the coronavirus pandemic develops, MMAC's top priority is the safety of its employees, members, investors and other partners/guests. While there is a large volume of information being circulated from a wide variety of sources, we encourage you to use the resources and information below in helping make the decisions that are best for your organization. We know that the Milwaukee Region’s business community and our citizens should plan for the outbreak to spread quickly, and to rapidly change our routines in response.
Mar 27, 2020
>>Tim Sheehy: Coronavirus crisis - acting in the best interest of our membership
Mar 27, 2020
Preliminary overview: Federal stimulus package
From MMAC’s governmental affairs team, the following is a preliminary overview of the federal stimulus package. >>Read full details
>>UPDATE: House passes bill, Trump signs
Also, read a detailed analysis of the bill from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
MMAC leadership statements on Governor Evers’ “Safer at Home” order
On March 23, Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers announced a "safer at home" directive for the state of Wisconsin in response to the coronavirus pandemic. Details are forthcoming.
>>View the perspective from MMAC's leadership
>>Guidelines for essential businesses that will continue to operate
>>View list of businesses allowed to continue operations, according to the Governor’s Order
As members of Milwaukee’s business community, we all have an important role in keeping people informed. According to a survey, most people are more likely to believe their employers than government websites or social media when it comes to information about the coronavirus pandemic. >>View MMAC President Tim Sheehy letter to the business community
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As MMAC cancels scheduled events because of updated guidance from health officials regarding the hosting of public events in the Milwaukee Region and the state of Wisconsin, we will issue refunds to registered attendees.