National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) and Business Roundtable
To support the government’s relief efforts, the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) and Business Roundtable have combined our COVID-19 response efforts by launching a new, detailed survey for businesses to identify specific ways they can provide or produce the supplies that are in high demand. In developing the survey, we worked closely with federal agencies, including FEMA, to ensure that it captures the supply information they need. If companies want to help supply needed equipment, please have them download the survey, complete it and submit it via NAM's online portal.
As the coronavirus situation in Georgia and across the country continues to evolve, Senator Kelly Loeffler is in regular communication with state and federal agencies as well as those who have been impacted by the health and economic impacts of the virus.
- On March 13, Senator Perdue and Loeffler announced that the Trump administration is providing Georgia with nearly $15 million to combat the spread of the coronavirus.
- On March 12, Senators Loeffler and Smith Introduced Bills to Expand Rural Health Care Access
- On March 6, Perdue and Loeffler joined President Trump at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) headquarters in Atlanta for a facility tour and an update on the agency’s coronavirus response.
- On March 5, Perdue and Loeffler voted in favor of supplemental funding to support the U.S. government’s coronavirus response.
- On March 2, Perdue and Loeffler issued a joint statement after Governor Kemp announced the first coronavirus cases in Georgia.
- In February, Perdue and Loeffler updated Georgians on the U.S. government’s coronavirus response and provided guidance for staying healthy and safe.