In Toledo alone thousands of employees both full and part-time will be affected by the DeWine regulations on bars and restaurant closings. That doesn't take into consideration the teachers and support staff affected by the closure of schools. So where do you turn for help? Downtown Toledo.org has released information to help small business people weather the storm.
There is a document which small business and non profits can use. There is a link to below. Fill out the forms and return to Ben Pushka at the County Commissioner Office his e mail address is email@example.com Here are the three forms 1- Resource Request 2- Situation Report For information on Small Business Association Meanwhile for cell phone users companies are taking these steps Sprint will be joining AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon in offering unlimited data for 60 daysstarting next week. The arrangement will kick in by March 19,Sprintsaid late Friday, adding that the company will also provide customers with an extra 20GB of mobile hotspot data per month for the same time period.
In addition, the carrier is waiving late fees from Friday, and won't terminate services if customers are unable to pay their bill due to the impacts of thecoronavirus. By Tuesday, Sprint will introduce free international calling for CDC Level 3 nations for customers with long distance calling plans.