Coronavirus Resource and Guidance

Christie Carmigiano

Government & Communications Director

(216) 901-8800
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Updated 1/19/21

PMA is actively monitoring the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic and its impact on the manufacturing industry. We have created this online resource center to provide members with links to important resources and information. This page will be updated as additional information and guidance becomes available.

For specific questions or requests for additional information, please contact

Watch previous
One Voice COVID-19 webinars
and download presentations

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FAQs on Revenue Reduction, Max Loan Amount Calculations for Second-Draw PPP Loans (1/19/21)

Second-Draw PPP Loan Information (1/15/21)

Summary of Key Items Included in COVID-Relief Bill (12/21/20)

PMA Urges Congress to Reverse IRS Ruling on Deductibility of PPP Expenses (12/3/20)

CDC Guidance on Options to Reduce Quarantine for Contacts of Persons with COVID (12/3/20)


One Voice, PMA’s joint advocacy effort with NTMA, has launched a Rapid Response COVID-19 Website that offers real-time tools and guidelines for business operations. Site content covers Safe Workplace Guidelines; Workforce Resources; Human Resource Compliance Tools; Loan and Tax Information; and Federal, State and Local Government Ordinances and Information.


PMA COVID-19 Country Updates

U.S. Federal Government Information

World Health Organization

World Health Organization Information

Stay informed with the World Health Organization

American Red Cross

American Red Cross
Nearly 4,500 blood drives have been canceled across the country due to coronavirus concerns, resulting in about 150,000 fewer blood donations. The nation now faces a severe blood shortage. While people may be hesitant to come out for a blood drive, donating blood is safe. The Red Cross has added precautions to protect donors and staff. Donation appointments can be made by using the Red Cross Blood Donor App, visiting or calling 800-733-2767.