We’re here to help Idaho businesses affected by COVID-19.

The novel Coronavirus began shortly after the start of the new year and has caused extraordinary disruptions in business function and economic injury throughout the state. The event led to a State Disaster Declaration signed by Governor Brad Little on March 13th, 2020.

Idaho Rebounds: Our Path to Prosperity

Governor Brad Little launched “Idaho Rebounds: Our Path to Prosperity,” a four-phase, data-driven approach to keeping Idaho’s economy open safely. The approach reduces the risk of COVID-19 to Idaho’s most vulnerable population and preserves capacity in our healthcare system, while opening up businesses safely. From an economic standpoint, Idaho’s rebound from COVID-19 starts with employee and consumer confidence, which leads into business stability and growth and eventually promotion and attraction.

  • Stages of Reopening

    Each stage, while allowing for additional businesses and practices to open and loosen, is grounded in public health and safety best practices for individuals and businesses.

  • Public Health Districts Business Reopening Information

    Review Public Health Districts guidance, recommendations, and requirements for Idaho businesses.

  • Small Business PPE Supply Requests

    To assist qualified businesses and organizations in acquiring non-medical/emergency MGS, the State of Idaho is consolidating demand and purchasing large quantities of MGS to distribute throughout the state.

  • Governor’s Economic Rebound Advisory Committee

    The goal of the Governor’s Economic Rebound Advisory Committee is to provide recommendations in support of the State’s economic recovery caused by COVID-19.

  • COVID-19 Business Impact Survey Results

    Review results from the COVID-19 Business Impact Survey conducted by Idaho Commerce in partnership with the Idaho State Department of Agriculture.

Financial Assistance and Business Resources

Information contained on this page and linked pages is subject to change. All information, documents, and resource links provided by the Idaho Department of Commerce are for information purposes only. Please consult with your legal and financial advisors for recommendations specific to your business or organization.

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