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COVID-19 Updates & Resources

As we all keep a close eye on the spread of COVID-19, there are many sensible steps each of us can take to safeguard ourselves, each other, and our businesses. At the link below you will find some simple guidelines developed by the Centers for Disease Control. We are beginning to implement some of these measures at the Greater Dalton Chamber, and we hope you find them useful as well. We have also provided additional resources for you and your business.

Thank you, and we hope you stay safe and well.

The City of Dalton will begin offering monoclonal antibody treatments to COVID-19 patients on a drive-in beginning Friday (August 27th) and a link to sign up for appointments will be posted on Thursday, August 26th. The treatment, which is commonly referred to by its manufacturer’s name “Regeneron”, can be given to early-diagnosed COVID patients.
Mako Medical is offering free COVID-19 testing in Whitfield County at Edwards Park, 115 Edwards Park Entrance. Use the link below for more information and to register for testing.

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Hamilton Health Care System

Dalton Utilities

Shaw Industries

From Chamber President Rob Bradham

Click on the links below to watch Rob's Facebook Live Recordings.