COVID-19: Resources for Business

The Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce is committed to providing the relevant resources for businesses and nonprofits as Colorado and communities around the world work to recover from COVID-19. We will update this website regularly with the latest information.

You can also stay up to date by subscribing to our e-newsletter or checking out our blog. Know of a business resource that we’re missing? Send it to us at

Quick Links for Your Business:

Recent State and Local Action on COVID-19

Get more information on the COVID-19 related public health and executive orders released by the State of Colorado and Metro Area Counties.

City of Denver: With the Delta variant  surging, Denver has issued new public health orders requiring pre-K through 12th-grade students to wear masks at school and requiring city employees and some private-sector workers in high-risk settings to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Read the latest.

State of Colorado Executive and Public Health Orders: Read the COVID-19-related public health and executive orders released by Gov. Jared Polis and the state government.


Get general information about COVID-19 from public resources like the CDC and various state offices.

  • Most up-to-date CDC Guidelines on the Delta Variant: On July 27, 2021, CDC released¬†updated guidance¬†on the need for urgently increasing COVID-19 vaccination coverage and a recommendation for everyone in areas of¬†substantial or high transmission¬†to wear a mask in public indoor places, even if they are fully vaccinated.
  • State of Colorado COVID-19 resource site: Infection data for Colorado, state resources, information about recent state health orders and more.
  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention‚Äôs site: General information about COVID-19, overview of federal guidelines, protection, prevention and treatment information and resources related to travel, business and education.
  • Government Response to Coronavirus, COVID-19: Connects to FEMA and CDC; provides information about travel, immigration and tax policies; and offers insight into education, health and safety, housing, business and fraud resources.
  • Colorado Tourism Office: What to know about COVID-19 and Colorado travel
  • The COVID19 Business Resources Hotline: Open Monday ‚Äď Friday from 8 a.m. ‚Äď 5 p.m., the hotline can respond to direct questions you have about your business: 303-860-5881 or email¬†

Visit our blog to read the latest COVID-19-related business news impacting the Denver metro area and Colorado.


Find out how you can support Colorado during this crisis. Below are resources to volunteer and give back.

Business Support

  • Help Power the Comeback: The state of Colorado is asking businesses to help Power the Comeback this summer by supporting employees who want to be vaccinated and promoting policies for COVID-safe workplaces. Vaccines are Colorado‚Äôs key to a future after the pandemic. After vaccination, Coloradans can go back to enjoying the things we like again safely. This is how we return to a more normal life. Visit
  • Find out how your business can help: The Innovation Response Team (IRT) Task Force is partnering with the private sector to develop innovative ways to respond to the COVID-19 outbreak. If you are a private sector company that wants to partner with the IRT, visit¬†
  • Lend a hand through CSR: Businesses are leading and supporting during COVID-19. Find best practices and tools that your organization can use on B:CIVIC‚Äôs resource page.
  • Support local restaurants:
    • VISIT DENVER‚ÄôS¬† can help you find¬†some of the Denver metro area’s¬†best restaurants that are ready to serve up delicious food for carryout, curbside or delivery service.
    • Restaurants in Denver are also now open for dine-in service. Check out¬†5280 Magazine’s¬†list of dine-in restaurants and see the State of Colorado‚Äôs guidelines¬†for safe dining.


  • Donate to your community: Hosted by the State of Colorado and Mile High United Way, the Colorado COVID Relief Fund provides support to Colorado communities and organizations affected by the recent outbreak of COVID-19. Donate today.
  • Donate blood: Blood banks around the state are concerned about shortages. Check out locations near you to donate blood.
  • Donate your computers: The Governor’s office has partnered with PCs for People to provide a way for companies and individuals to donate their used laptops and desktops to be utilized for low-cost purchases for school districts and charter schools. Donate your electronics.


  • Find out where you can volunteer: Mile High United Way is in need of volunteers to support our community. Check out their website for ways to get involved.
  • Learn how to stay healthy while volunteering: Check out Spark the Change Colorado for tips.
  • Volunteer with The Salvation Army: Find out how you can volunteer to support COVID-19 response and recovery across the State of Colorado.
  • Volunteer your professional services through Energize Colorado: From providing business advice and mentorship to pro-bono mental health services, see if there‚Äôs a good fit for your expertise on their website.
  • Provide Free Legal Relief: If you are a lawyer interested in helping small businesses with COVID-19 related issues, volunteer today with Colorado COVID Relief.
Members Doing Good

Chamber members have stepped up in this time of challenge to offer their services and provide tools to help their customers and our community. Tell us about what you’re doing: email

Submit Your Questions

Have a question about your employees or your business on COVID-19? Fill out the form below and we’ll¬† do our best to answer it for you or direct you to the right resource for your business.