Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates

GNO Inc Update - June 29, 2020

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Paycheck Protection Program – The SBA will stop approving Paycheck Protection Program loans tomorrow, June 30. More than $130 billion in funding remains available. The SBA’s latest report shows more than 72,000 loans approved in Louisiana totaling more than $7.3 billion.  
Louisiana Main Street Grant Program – The State Treasurer’s Office has established a webpage with eligibility criteria and FAQs on the Main Street Recovery Program (MSRP). This program will provide grants of up to $15,000 to small businesses impacted by the coronavirus. A launch date for the MSRP will be announced later this 

GNO Inc Update - June 26, 2020

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  • Louisiana Phase 2 Proclamation – Governor John Bel Edwards formally issued a proclamation extending Reopening Phase 2 to July 24. While much or the order is similar to the previous Phase 2 order, the new proclamation includes a crowd size limit of 250 people for indoor gatherings. To read the full proclamation, please click here
  • Louisiana School Reopening Guidelines – The Louisiana Department of Education has released guidelines on reopening schools. Each local district will ultimately decide how schools will 

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GNO Inc Update - June 24, 2020

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  • Federal Reserve Releases Main Street Lending Video – The Federal Reserve has released a Main Street Lending Program video that summarizes the intent and eligibility for the program. The five-year loans must be repaid and both the borrower and lender must be eligible under the terms of the program. To watch the video, please click here.
  • Orleans Parish – Today, New Orleans Mayor Latoya Cantrell announced that the city will be launching a task force to ensure that residents and businesses are adhering to the Phase 2 social distancing guidelines, including but not limited to

GNO Inc Update - June 22, 2020

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  • Louisiana Phase 2 Extended – Today, Governor John Bel Edwards announced that Louisiana will remain in Phase 2 for an additional 28 days. Under Phase 2, establishments including restaurants, bars (with a LDH food permit), churches, and gyms may open at 50% capacity. Bars (without a LDH food permit) may open at 25% capacity. You can read more here
  • Louisiana Main Street Recovery (Grant) Program – Louisiana Treasurer John Schroder announced that businesses impacted by the coronavirus pandemic can expect to start seeing grants from a $300 million federally financed program as early as

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