COVID-19 Tele-Town Hall Series

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As key decisions are being made about business operations in preparation for any effects of the COVID-19, it’s important to hear from state leaders at the front lines and subject matter experts who can help navigate the risks. The Chamber will be hosting a COVID-19 Tele-Town Hall Series, with regular guest speakers, to help businesses prepare for the impact of the virus.

Following each presentation, there will be a Q&A portion to share your most pressing needs and get answers in real-time.


Listen to Previous Tele-Town Halls Here


Upcoming Schedule


Friday, June 5
1 p.m.

At this historical time, we should all be concentrating on the dual health and economic crises brought on by COVID-19. However, public discourse continues to expose differences and push people apart. Join the Detroit News Editorial Page Editor Nolan Finley and WDET 101.9 “Detroit Today” Host Stephen Henderson for a discussion about civility amid the COVID-19 crisis. Sandy K. Baruah, president and CEO of the Detroit Regional Chamber will moderate the discussion. Participants can submit questions to the discussion.

 

 


Monday, June 8
1 p.m.

Michigan’s economic recovery takes a major step forward on Monday and moves into “Phase Four” of the MI Safe Start Plan, which Gov. Whitmer unveiled last month with the Michigan Economic Recovery Council. As we enter Phase Four, it means that COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations are clearly declining. Staying home remains the safest option, but the state is gradually resuming many in-person work and activities as long as social distancing measures continue. Join Sandy K. Baruah, president and CEO of the Chamber and Brad Williams, vice president of Government Relations for the Chamber for a discussion translating the new Phase Four rules. Baruah and Williams will breakdown the changes and their impact on employers, employees, and consumers. Participants will have the option to submit questions during the discussion.


Listen to Previous Tele-Town Halls

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