Port Orchard Chamber establishes COVID-19 resource page on its website

Links listed for national, state and county websites of benefit to business people

Port Orchard Chamber establishes COVID-19 resource page on its website

PORT ORCHARD — The Port Orchard Chamber of Commerce has established a page on its website to monitor updates and changes necessitated by the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak.

The page — portorchard.com/covid—19-resources — includes web links to federal, state and county sites that have information of benefit to business owners and operators and community members.

“The Port Orchard Chamber of Commerce is closely monitoring all updates and information available regarding the threat of COVID-19,” said Matt Murphy, chamber executive director.

“We’re working to keep people safe and informed and we’re committed to providing as much support as possible,” he said in a statement on the page.

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