COVID-19 Resources

Due to the Governor's Executive Order to close non-essential businesses, the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber and the Oklahoma City Convention and Visitors Bureau have moved to a fully remote workforce. Please contact our staff via email/phone or email info@okcchamber.com to get in touch during this time. You can also leave a message at 405-297-8900.

On March 24, Gov. Kevin Stitt filled an executive order closing all nonessential businesses in 19 counties with the documented spread of COVID-19. This includes Oklahoma, Canadian and Cleveland counties. Visit criticalworker.ok.gov  to view the executive order and determine whether your business is considered essential. 

Learn about the COVID-19 Small Business Continuity Program for OKC Businesses

Listen to the Chamber's Tele-Town Hall with health experts from March 23

Listen to the Chamber's Tele-Town Hall with Congressman Tom Cole, Mayor David Holt and legal and financing experts from March 24

COVID-19 impact on OKC

COVID-19 resources for businesses and employees

Help those impacted by COVID-19

If you suspect that you have contracted COVID-19, please call the Oklahoma State Department of Health call center at 1-877-215-8336.

If COVID-19 has impacted your ability to meet any of your basic needs, please use the resources of Heartline/2-1-1, a 24/7 helpline that provides assistance for Oklahomans in need.   

Oklahoma City is experiencing community spread of COVID-19, a novel coronavirus ruled as a global pandemic by the World Health Organization. To combat the spread of the virus, follow these recommendations from the Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) and the Oklahoma City-County Health Department (OCCHD):

  • Practice social distancing. Stay home if you can. Work from home if you can.
  • Avoid large gatherings. They are already banned in most City buildings and facilities.
  • Older adults and people with chronic illnesses should avoid all non-essential air travel. They are at a higher risk for a more severe infection.
  • COVID-19 symptoms are fever, cough and shortness of breath. If you have these symptoms, follow the latest guidance from OSDH at coronavirus.health.ok.gov.

COVID-19 Impact on Greater Oklahoma City Chamber Events

The Chamber has postponed or canceled its events from March 16 until at least May 1. The events impacted by these changes are:

  • March 18 Chamber Forum -- Postponed to May 20
  • March 19 Ambassador Meeting -- Canceled
  • March 24 Find Your OKC Reception -- Rescheduled for June 23
  • March 25 OKConnect Meeting -- Rescheduled; Date TBD
  • April 2 Tinker Dining Out -- Canceled
  • April 2 Enlighten -- Postponed
  • April 9 Rise & Shine -- Rescheduled to June 25
  • April 14 Member Orientation -- Canceled 
  • April 15 Chamber Forum -- Postponed
  • April 29-30 D.C. Visit -- Postponed to July 29-30 

About COVID-19: General Information