Our current situation is temporary. But steps we take today can set the stage for going back to the things we love. This high transmission rate CAN be brought under control if we all do these health-focused actions.
This article provides an overview of funding for individual artists and workers, and is supplemented by the dynamic resource directory on this site, where you can find many more listings for funding programs and other resources.
This post includes updates to job numbers and other economic impact information nationally and locally. The weekly regional economic update is from Zach Silk of Civic Ventures. You can find more content by the team at Civic Ventures at their blog, Civic Skunkworks.
The economy simply can’t enter a real recovery until we secure a meaningful pandemic response, and the American people can’t be expected to make it through the economic turbulence that is sure to come without a bold stimulus plan.
Five key workplace safety practices are required for all employers. Employees must practice social distancing, mask up, wash their hands. Workplaces must be sanitized, have a posted plan for worker illness, and include employee education.
This article takes a look at unemployment insurance and the programs to help employers weather the financial impacts of COVID. If you are the owner or manager of a business with employees, then this article is for you.
If you are looking for something easy but powerful to do, consider contacted your elected officials to be sure they understand that you are here and that arts, culture and the creative sectors are vitally important to you, your family, your community and to the local economy.
More testing sites, more tests. More tests, more awareness. More awareness, less COVID. Let's do it! This post is our regular synthesis of the Public Health data, provided by Will Daugherty of Pacific Science Center.
A recent economic survey of American households found that 86 percent of Latino households reported financial difficulties, 60 percent of Black households, and “just” 50 percent of white households. This is a reprint of the regional economic update email from Zach Silk of Civic Ventures
Fall is definitely upon us. The days are shorter, the nights are longer and cooler and many of us start to spend more time inside. this post is our regular Public Health update, including key messages from Patty Hayes and a synthesis of the data, provided by Will Daugherty of Pacific Science Center.
This post includes important updates for workers and businesses in the creative industries. This information is from multiple sources, including the Washington State Joint Information team, King County Local Services and the City of Seattle.
Over the summer, Washington Filmworks developed a proposal that was released as policy by the Governor in July. Now they've got a whole site with valuable safety guidelines and resources for filmmakers statewide.
As businesses reopen, we have seen lots of confusion and questions around regulations and guidelines. King County has a new Reopening Toolkit for small businesses available on their Safe Start website.