COVID-19 Updates for Vermont Businesses | Surveys on Impacts and Critical Needs

Latest News and Alerts, Resources

AIV is posting updated news and alerts regarding COVID-19 issues and other matters important to Vermont’s industrial and business community here.

We are also maintaining a COVID-19 resource page on our website here.

Any questions or suggestions for additional news or resources are welcome, as are any questions about the surveys discussed below.  Just contact us at info@aivt.org.

Survey of COVID-19 Impacts, Needs, Questions, and Recommendations

To help AIV serve Vermont’s industrial and business community, we ask that you take a moment to complete the survey below regarding the ongoing impact of COVID-19 on your business, assistance you need, questions you want addressed, and suggestions or recommendations you have to share from your experiences.
Please note that this survey is strictly confidential.

Survey of COVID-19 Impacts, Needs, Questions, and Recommendations

Identifying Current and Potentially Convertible Suppliers of Critical Products and Services

AIV and VMEC, with the help of RDCs and other partners, have been working with BGS and ACCD to identify sources of critical products and services the state and institutions responding to the COVID-19 crisis are looking for.

A specific request list is below, but we are also collecting information on other products or services that might be helpful, especially because this list will likely evolve and early identification of other resources is important:

N95 Masks or Equivalent

Face Shields

Surgical Masks

Goggles

Impermeable Aprons

Impermeable Gowns

Isolation Gowns

Tyvek Boot Covers

UV Lighting for Disinfecting

Hand Sanitizer

This has been and will continue to be an evolving process, but at this point we have updated the survey below to reflect where we are currently at with what the state is looking for.

It would be tremendously helpful if you could review and complete this survey.  Please note that we do check in the survey on where companies stand in terms of operation or possible operation given the current “Stay Home, Stay Safe” order, and companies that are currently shut down or considering shutting down are still encouraged to complete it.

Identifying Current and Potentially Convertible Suppliers of Critical Products and Services