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COVID-19 Economic Injury Disaster Loan Application (EIDL)

This is a direct link to the application for the EIDL loan


Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)

The U.S. Department of Treasury has a lot of good information, including the fillable application.



With information changing rapidly, the best place to get recent updates regarding the COVID-19 virus is at  one of the following links:

Stony Brook University  : Here you can get information regarding Researchers, Faculty and Students. For more in-depth information regarding Research at Stony   Brook,  you can   click here.  More information regarding SUNY Guidelines during this period, please   click here.

Incubator Companies  : For companies housed in the AERTC, CEWIT and Calverton Food Business Incubator, information most recently communicated can be found   here.  All Incubator Companies should have the contact of the Director for each of the facilities should you have questions.  Companies should also have the contact information of the building manager, should you have an immediate emergency.

New York State  :  Where information can be found on Gov. Cuomo's most recent NYS policies such as New York State PAUSE: Policies that Assure Uniform Safety for Everyone.  You can also listen to Gov. Cuomo's announcement on March 20 mandating that 100% of the workforce must stay home beginning Sunday, March 22 at 8PM, excluding essential services, by clicking    here.

NYS Department of Agriculture and Markets While New York State’s efforts to mitigate the impacts of Coronavirus (COVID-19) continue, the state and our agricultural community are working together to keep agricultural products moving, our communities and families fed, and our animals cared for.  Find  the latest guidance that the agricultural industry needs to know , by clicking  here .

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)  : National information on how the CDC is responding to the Virus outbreak.

Thank you for your patience as we adapt to these evolving challenges

If you are experiencing symptoms and you believe you should be tested, you can call the following number:   888-364-3065 .  There is a testing facility located at Stony Brook University, but you MUST be pre-screened and have an appointment, which you will do over the phone. 

Click here  for a map and directions to the testing site.


If your business can help:

Businesses with capabilities relevant to needed medical equipment and supplies email to
Businesses interested in selling products to the state should contact Simonida Subotic at 646-522-8477 or
Businesses interested in receiving state funding to manufacture PPE products should contact Eric Gertler at 212-803-3100 or

Stony Brook Hospital:

If you have PPE and medical supplies such as masks, gloves, gowns, ventilators, etc. or comfort care items such as snacks, socks, etc. to  donate, please contact Stony Brook University Community Relations Director Joan Dickinson at or call 631.219.0603.  They will arrange for a drop off time and location to get your donations into the right hands quickly.  As they are diligent about the need for social distancing and for the safety of all involved, scheduled appointments are the most efficient and safest way to go for all involved.



coming back strong


Stony Brook University, Coming Back Safe and Strong resource guide:


NYS Safety Plan Template:  click here 


Guidance for determining whether a business enterprise is subject to a workforce reduction under recent executive orders:  click here


News from Suffolk County Economic Development: free PPE for Suffolk County Businesses
Submission of this form is an agreement with Suffolk County that this business will use the Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) provided by Suffolk County only for the purpose of addressing the threat to the public health posed by Covid-19 in compliance with State Executive Orders and guidance for reopening businesses. PPE provided will consist of two reusable cloth face coverings per employee and one gallon of hand sanitizer per business/organization. TIME SENSITIVE
NYS Agriculture and Markets:  Interim Guidance for the Operation of Farmers' Markets:   click here