The Wellness Council’s top priority is the safety of its employees, members, investors and other partners/guests. While there is a large volume of information being circulated about the coronavirus pandemic from a wide variety of sources, we encourage you to utilize the information below in helping make the decisions that are best for your organization. You may also submit a related question that will be answered by staff or private sector professionals.

 

 

Indiana Chamber of Commerce Employer Webinars and Replays – Available to Wellness Council of Indiana Members

Urgent Call for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): If your company can donate current inventory or possibly manufacture any of the PPE listed here for use by Indiana health care professionals, please use the state of Indiana’s dedicated email address, [email protected]. If you would like to donate any of these supplies directly to your local hospital, use the Indiana Hospital Association’s dedicated email at [email protected] for contact information. NEW PPE Sourcing Input Form

NEW Governor Holcomb extends “stay at home” order through April 20. April 6 executive order (changes for retailers and enforcement reminders/enhancements); original order FAQ. The Critical Industries Hotline is open – 877-820-0890 or email [email protected] – to help guide businesses and industries with the Governor’s updated executive order that closes all “non-essential” businesses; definition of an “essential” business. Callers able to get through on the hotline report being directed to this web page to further assess “essential business” question and/or submit your specific question to the Indiana Economic Development Corporation.

 

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Effective Monday, March 16:

  • The Wellness Council of Indiana/Indiana Chamber office will be closed to visitors. The majority of staff will be working remotely, with a limited number of team members also in the office. Both groups will be available to help meet your needs
  • Employee training conferences and seminars will be either rescheduled or conducted on a virtual basis. Registered attendees will be informed of changes impacting their events, and the Chamber web site will be updated with the latest information.

We will, of course, be monitoring ongoing developments, re-evaluating and keeping you informed of changes. We encourage you to take the best steps necessary for your individual organization. We are confident that the many positive attributes of Hoosiers will help us all persevere through these challenges and thrive once again for many years to come.