Business Resources for Coronavirus


Personal Protective Equipment

The Kentucky Chamber is now offering 3-ply disposable masks, nitrile gloves, alcohol wet wipes, and non-contact thermometers. These items ship from our offices in Frankfort and are currently in stock. 

Order PPE from the Kentucky Chamber

#TeamKentucky is working to prioritize requests for hand sanitizer with distillers and other companies that are rushing to obtain and produce the necessary products.

Please click the button below to fill out the hand sanitizer request form so they can process and prioritize your request.

*This link below is only a central repository for requests. Submission of a request does not guarantee you will receive product. Please take all necessary steps to adequately source your needs directly. 

Hand Sanitizer Request Form

Most Frequently Asked Questions


To address concerns surrounding the coronavirus, the Kentucky Chamber has created an open line of communication where you can get your business's most pressing questions answered.

Find answers to some of the most Frequently Asked Questions

Resources for Employers


The Kentucky Chamber is dedicated to helping ensure a positive business climate. As the coronavirus continues to spread and has reached the United States, it is important that Kentucky is prepared to handle the issue. Below are resources we have pulled together to help educate employers on the coronavirus:

FREE Working From Home Assessment

As more people are working from home these days, the Kentucky Chamber wants to make a powerful, free tool available to help you, your co-workers, and other people you know to be more productive working remotely. 

It’s called Working From Home. In 10 minutes, you’ll get a customized report on how you work virtually and ways you can improve. The tips and suggestions are based on your individual input and will help you maximize productivity and improve communications while working remotely.

There is no charge for this report, and you can share the link with others who are working remotely. This report comes courtesy of our friend Krissi Barr of Barr Corporate Success, one of the top business consultants and executive coaches in the Midwest.

Click Here to Take the Assessment

Best Practices

During this time of uncertainty, the Kentucky Chamber is dedicated to the safety of its employees, while providing essential services to our members. The Kentucky Chamber is implementing the following practices: 
  • We are requiring that employees who feel ill do not come to work.
  • We are ensuring employees are able to work remotely.
  • We are asking that all employees wash their hands thoroughly and follow CDC guidelines to prevent illness.
  • We are ensuring our office space is deep cleaned and sanitized.
  • We have postponed in-person group meetings and events in an effort to flatten the Coronavirus curve.
  • We are restricting employee out-of-state travel.
  • We have closed our office to outside meetings and visitors.
  • We are encouraging all employees and investors to continue to support our local businesses to minimize the impact on our local economy.

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The Team Kentucky Fund

Governor Andy Beshear invites all Kentuckians to make a tax-deductible donation to the Team Kentucky Fund. This fund provides assistance to Kentuckians who have been severely financially impacted by the COVID-19 emergency.

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