Covid-19 Resources

This page contains links to the most pertinent resources for businesses and travelers.   The Denali Borough follows all State mandates for public safety.
This page will be updated regularly to provide local businesses with resources and information.   To be included on our email list, please email us at

US Chamber of Commerce


Small Business Administration Information


FACT SHEET for borrowers:

Economic Disaster Assistance Application

Go to and register for daily briefing information.   Two webinar updates will be held daily.

Updates will be posted here as they open:

Alaskan lenders participating in the PPP Loans can be found here: AK Participating Lenders List 4 1 2020 New Format

State of Alaska

The Legislature has passed a bill that will expand unemployment benefits for Alaskans impacted by COVID-19. This bill enables Alaskans who are unable to work, due to mandates, employer decision or to care for children displaced from school or childcare, to access unemployment benefits immediately. Under this bill, the standard one-week waiting period would be waived and the weekly per-dependent amount would triple from $25 to $75.

It also allows the State of Alaska to receive federal unemployment insurance grants authorized by the Families First Coronavirus Response Act. If you have been affected by COVID-19 closures and lost work, you can access the State Unemployment Insurance Program online at Once on the homepage, click on “Unemployment Insurance Benefits.” You can also call for assistance: (1-888-252-2557).

The current federal bill summary can be found here:  CARES Act

US Chamber of Commerce

US Chamber of Commerce Covid-19 Homepage (Just for Businesses)

Alaska State Chamber

Covid-19 Resource Page 

IRS Links

Deferred Tax Filing & Payment Deadline

Paid Leave, Child Care Leave & Tax Credits

FMLA Coronavirus Relief Law Clarification Handout

(Small and midsize employers can claim two new refundable payroll tax credits to reimburse them, dollar-for-dollar, for the cost of providing employee leave related to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Businesses with less than 500 employees can get funds to provide employees with paid leave, either for the employee’s own health needs or to care for family members.

To take immediate advantage of new paid leave credits, businesses can retain and access funds that they would otherwise pay to #the IRS in payroll taxes.) is a website that can help with continuity planning.   As you begin the process of moving through this major disruption, it is also an opportunity to record what works, what doesn’t, and use those observations to plan for the future.

Covid-19 Information Sites

For current information on Alaska mandates related to Covid-19 please visit the The Office of the Governor

For current State of Alaska information on Covid-19, click here:


Here is a handy PDF explaining the CARES ACT for Non-Profits