Business & Scientific Resources

Your Company's Response to Coronavirus

As cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) continue to increase around the world, this resource center is designed to keep you informed on key information to keep your employees safe and business operating. This information will be regularly updated, check back often.

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With COVID-19 creating a shortage of critical medical supplies, such as swabs for diagnostic tests, personal protective equipment (PPE), and ventilators, owners of 3D printers around the world—from leading industrial manufacturers to individual makers—are mobilizing to fill the gap.
Arnold & Porter has provided an overview of the FDA guidance issued on the new medical device shortage reporting requirements.
The CDC outlines alternate strategies to accompany and build on conventional and contingency capacity strategies.
CMS and ASPR released a new toolkit to help state and local healthcare decision-makers maximize workforce flexibilities when confronting COVID-19 in their communities. 
The President’s Executive Order signed on May 14, 2020 provides DFC the tools under the DPA to re-shore domestic production of strategic resources needed to respond to the COVID-19 outbreak, and to strengthen any relevant domestic supply chains.
The Department of Defense has created an industry portal as a one-stop shop for defense industry, commercial companies and academia to share creative ideas with federal agencies to combat coronavirus. 
President Trump released an Executive Order preventing hoarding or price gauging health and medical resources to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
FDA has been monitoring the drug supply chain and communicating with manufacturers related to the possibility of shortages of drugs, API, and related supplies.
FEMA has issued an advisory regarding coronavirus and actions companies can take to help fight the COVID-19 pandemic.
This map tracks state and local movement and travel restrictions and health and emergency provisions. It tracks emergency declarations, stay-at-home orders, major containment and quarantine zones, state-level access and re-entry programs.
The Medical CBRN Defense Consortium (MCDC) has created an OTA Consortium Portal to accelerate the DoD’s fielding of prototypes for medical countermeasures against COVID-19. 
The business community is mobilizing to assist, access the Coronavirus Corporate Aid Tracker to see how businesses are helping.
Last update: Monday, January 25, 2021 @ 4:42 pm EST