Covid-19 Small Business Survival Guide

Updated by the Maryland Small Business Development Center at 11:29 am on 12/22/2020. Information may have changed since this posting.

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Maryland Business Relief Wizard

This is a tool to help businesses navigate the various assistance programs available to them during the Covid-19 pandemic. (updated November 19, 2020)

Maryland Covid-19 Information for Business

Published by the State

Baltimore City Covid-19 Disease Dashboard

For general information on COVID-19, what you can do to prevent the spread, and what to do if you believe you are sick, click on your preferred language below to access a 1-page document in that language.

Coronavirus Recovery Information in Languages Other Than English

The Small Business Association is providing materials in languages other than English to help business owners recover.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention offers the most up to date information on Covid-19.

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The MD-SERI Emergency Relief Grant
for Federal Hill Main Street

Federal Hill Main Street (FHMS) has received Main Street grant funding from the Governor’s Maryland Strong Economic Recovery Initiative (MD-SERI) to provide COVID-19 relief for Federal Hill businesses located within the Federal Hill Main Street catchment area. This need-based grant funding will be awarded through a grant application process that Federal Hill Main Street will administer per the State’s directives. These grants are one-time awards and are not required to be paid back. Information collected during this application process will not be sold or made available to any entity, except for information required to be submitted to the State of Maryland to comply with grant reporting requirements.

Important Details

  • Each applicant must demonstrate a decrease in revenues and/or increase in expenses due to COVID-19 during the state-established timeframe of March 1, 2020 to December 31, 2020.
  • Each applicant must currently be in Good Standing with the State.
  • Each applicant must pay an RBDL fee and/or be located within the FHMS catchment area.