Pandemic Response

A pandemic response plan is critical piece of any business continuity plan. The COVID-19 Pandemic serves as an extreme example of why pandemic plans are a necessity, but each year new diseases have the potential to disrupt our communities.

A disease outbreak becomes a pandemic in the event a disease spreads across several countries and affects a large number of people. Recent pandemics include the 2019-2020 COVID-19 Pandemic, the 2009 H1N1 Pandemic and the 1958 H3N2 Pandemic. Pandemics impact entire communities and stress entire economies.

A community bank’s preparedness and resilience during a pandemic may mean the difference between small businesses surviving a pandemic or not. Managing your staff and your operations efficiently through a pandemic is vital to the strength and stability of main street.

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Pandemic News

ICBA to Congress: Don't Leave PPP Applicants Stranded

Mar 10, 2021 | Press Release
The approaching Paycheck Protection Program expiration date should not leave small businesses or nonprofits stranded, the Independent Community Bankers of America today told Congress.

FS-ISAC Coronavirus Update, March 10, 2021

Mar 10, 2021 | Coronavirus Update
About 93.7 million doses of Covid-19 vaccine have been administered in the US, according to data published Tuesday by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 76% of the 123,232,775 doses delivered and around 1.6 million more since yesterday.

ICBA showcases new PPP videos at ICBA Connect

Mar 10, 2021 | NewsWatch Today
Available on banklocally.org and featuring representatives from Tioga State Bank, Bank of Idaho, and M&F Bank, new videos from ICBA feature discussions on the role of community banks in local economies with a focus on their PPP leadership.