US COVID-19 50-State Tracker



Updated regularly with new developments and guidance.

On March 31, Dentons announced the launch of our US COVID-19 50-State Tracker that provides a review of state and local governmental orders, directives and financial assistance that may impact our clients and communities.

The latest in a suite of complimentary client resources available publicly, the 50-State Tracker includes reviews of US state and local governmental orders, directives and financial assistance, official links, public restrictions, health and business directives, school closures and updates on courts and legislative sessions. Official links are provided where possible throughout the Tracker to ensure that latest guidance and orders are available.

The Firm will publish the Tracker as an offering to help clients and companies address the pandemic’s legal and business challenges. In addition to official links, the Tracker will be updated regularly. Be sure to sign up for our COVID-19 mailing list here so you will receive these regular updates.

The Tracker and the multiple resources Dentons has developed are available to the public and global business community at large through the COVID-19 hub on the Firm’s website.

DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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