As part of the City's commitment to spur economic growth, SBS has released The New Normal: Adapting Your Small Business Playbook, a handbook filled with tools, technologies, and strategies to help entrepreneurs stabilize their business, protect their staff and customers, and build and grow beyond the pandemic.
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Vaccination Requirement: Workplaces
Beginning December 27, 2021, workers in New York City who perform in-person work or interact with the public in the course of business must show proof they have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. Workers will then have 45 days to show proof of their second dose (for Pfizer or Moderna vaccines).
Businesses may not allow any unvaccinated workers to come to their workplace. A workplace is considered any location — including a vehicle — where you work in the presence of at least one other person.
Learn more at nyc.gov/vaxtowork. Have questions? Call our hotline at 888-SBS-4NYC (888-727-4692).
Vaccination Requirement Guidelines and Resources to Help Your Business Webinars
Visit nycsmallbizcourses.eventbrite.com and search for "Resources to Help Your Business" to sign up for an upcoming webinar to learn about guidelines and resources available to help your business in NYC.
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Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and Other Supplies Marketplace
If you would like to purchase additional masks or other non-medical Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), the City has compiled a list of non-medical PPE manufacturers and suppliers. These companies are not endorsed by the City of New York.
Select a topic below for information to help you and your business, including tips to stay safe and prevent the spread of germs. This is a rapidly changing situation, visit the NYC Health website for up-to-date information, including FAQs for employers.
By continuing to take precautions, New Yorkers can slow the spread of COVID-19.
Prepare your business for emergencies and get support after a disruption.