COVID-19 has brought unprecedented challenges to our world and the Nassau County Industrial Development Agency remains committed to helping support businesses as they adapt and respond to the economic impacts of the pandemic. Whether you are seeking financial assistance, a mentor or details about COVID-19 within Nassau County, you will find below relevant links to help answer your questions and more.
- Text COVID19NC to 888777 to get updates on Coronavirus in Nassau County on your mobile device.
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Nassau County Coronavirus Hotline:(516) 227-9570
- New York State Coronavirus Hotline: (888) 227-9570
- Nassau County Resources including vaccine information, finding a testing site, summaries and more
- Find a testing site near you
- Sign up for New York State Updates
COVID-19 by the Numbers
- Interactive Map – Positive cases in Nassau County by community
- Daily Breakdown of latest cases in Nassau County
COVID-19 Business Resources
- Nassau County launched the Boost Nassau Resource Portal that serves as a one-stop-shop for COVID recovery resources and information.
- Nassau County opened the Boost Nassau Resource Center in Eisenhower Park with staff to provide additional support to help identify available resources and determine eligibility for federal, state and County programs. Scheduled an appointment with a Boost Nassau Resource Center Coordinator to learn more.
- Empire State Development (ESD)– supporting businesses as they respond to the pandemic’s economic impact
- U.S. Small Business Administration provides updates and information on small business guidance and loans
- Federal Interim Guidance for Businesses and Employers
- The Long Island Association has been assisting businesses navigate the infinite changes through various webinars
- If considering visiting Nassau County, Discover LI has COVID-19 community updates
COVID-19 Information Resources:
- New York State Novel Coronavirus Information Page
- The NCIDA has worked closely with Nassau County, local municipalities, and other various Long Island partners to provide guidance and resources to Nassau County businesses to build back better and stronger.
- 2020 Survey’s administered by the Nassau County Coronavirus Economic Advisory Council