Recap 3/28: What the CARE Act Means for You

By NYC Hospitality Alliance

3/28 Recap: COVID-19 Support and Relief Efforts for Operators and Employees

On March 27th President Trump signed a more than $2 trillion COVID-19 bill, called the CARE Act into law, which will deliver cash to businesses. Below you will find two memos explaining what this emergency spending bill means for restaurants, bars, nightclubs, and other affected parties. We will continue to share detailed information as it become available and provide resources to assist you in navigating this process.

The CARES Act: What You Need to Know

Town Hall: Executive Director, Andrew Rigie will be speaking at a town hall,  'Saving Small Businesses in North Brooklyn' Zoom meeting hosted by Assembly Member Joe Lentol. 
When: Sunday, March 29 at 3pm-4pm
Zoom Meeting ID: 663 614 7636
Or by Phone: 1-646-558-8656 / 6636147636#
Take Action Now: Tell Your Elected Officials to Support the Restaurant Rescue & Save Nightlife Plan. 
Support and Relief Efforts: We have a comprehensive list of COVID-19 Support and Relief Efforts available to hospitality operators and employees, which we continually update.
Press: The NYC Hospitality Alliance is appearing in non-stop press and video town halls, ensuring the powerful and vital voice of the NYC restaurant and nightlife industry is widely and constantly heard in our time of need.
COVID-19 Emotional Support Hotline: New Yorkers can call the COVID-19 Emotional Support Hotline at 1-844-863-9314 for mental health counseling.

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