How many people get ‘long COVID’ – and who is most at risk?
By Stephanie LaVergne, Research Scientist, Colorado State University
- Posted February 18, 2021
Gov Declares State of Emergency to Prepare, Reopen Public Schools
Issues Executive Order Allowing Related Procurement, Hiring and Compliance with CDC, Health Dept. Protocols
- Posted February 17, 2021
SBA: More steps taken to improve Paycheck Protection Program
Loan data show 1.3 million loans and significant increase to underserved entrepreneurs
- Posted February 10, 2021
Governor Relaxes Covid-19 Executive Order
Curfew will begin at midnight; most businesses may operate at 50% capacity
- Posted February 4, 2021
Center for a New Economy sends policy recommendations to governor
SAN JUAN — With the goal of establishing “clear work priorities,” the Center for...
- Posted February 3, 2021
Puerto Rico Excluded From Trump’s White House COVID-19 Task Force Reports
By Jeniffer Wiscovitch and Omaya Sosa Pascual The White House COVID Task Force has been conducting state-by-state...
- Posted January 28, 2021
How Operation Warp Speed Created Vaccination Chaos
States are struggling to plan their vaccination programs with just one week’s notice for...
- Posted January 20, 2021
Second Round of Economic Impact Payments Begin to be Deposited
$600 for Individuals, $600 for Dependents; SURI Unavailable Jan. 20 SAN JUAN — Gov....
- Posted January 19, 2021
SBA Re-Opening PPP to Small Lenders on Friday, All Lenders on Tuesday
Lenders with $1 Billion or Less in Assets Will be Able to Submit First...
- Posted January 14, 2021
SBA: 1.1 Million PPP Loans Forgiven So Far
Totaling Over $100 Billion SAN JUAN – The Small Business Administration said Wednesday it has forgiven...
- Posted January 13, 2021