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The Tech Industry is at the Forefront of Helping People Get Back to Work Whether the Work is Remote or In-Person

The technology industry is working tirelessly to support people and businesses across the U.S. during the coronavirus pandemic. See more below on these efforts. To view TechNet's coronavirus page for a comprehensive list of this work and other resources, click here.

Sharing Accurate and Timely Information with the Public

Questions about government stimulus payments | PayPal
How to Find Financial Relief While Unemployed
| Intuit
Reemergence and Connection
| Nasdaq
Government Changes Rules to Pay Small Businesses Faster | Wilson Sonsini
Mortgage Interest Rates Forecast
| Nerd Wallet

Supporting Our Medical Professionals

HP Graphics Print Providers Continue to Support the Health and Well‐being of Local Communities | HP
Mount Sinai health care workers team up with Google Nest
| Google
3D Printer, 3D Printer, Print Me a Face Shield
| Dell Technologies
Using Prime Air’s innovation and scale to help protect medical professionals
| Amazon
Smile Direct Club Expands Services for Dental Community During COVID-19
| SmileDirectClub
Amazon Web Services helps expedite funding for COVID‑19 research
| Amazon
DOORDASH and (RED) Team Up So You Can Stay At Home and Save Lives
| (RED)
Mid-Sized Life Sciences Organizations Use Oracle Clinical Trial Technology to Optimize Studies
| Oracle

Taking Care of Our People and Communities

The Visa Foundation commits to COVID-19 recovery | Visa
GrubHub is donating 10 meals for every meal ordered this weekend
| GrubHub
Amazon, Google Help States as Coronavirus Boosts Unemployment Claims
| The Wall Street Journal
COVID-19: 5 priorities to help reopen and reinvent your business
| Accenture
Millions of hourly workers get paid faster due to Visa and partner support
| Visa
DoorDash donates a meal for every viewer of Come Back to Me
| DoorDash
Uber allocates $50 million for masks, gloves, hand sanitizer, and disinfectant sprays and wipes
| Uber
Your Second First Trip
| Uber
Lyft launching personal health certification, will require face masks as part of new Health Safety Program
| Lyft
COVID-19 Resource Guide for Nonprofits
| Microsoft
Why the (Internship) Show Must Go On
| Argo AI
Amazon donates to WLKY's virtual food bank
| Amazon
Returning to the Workplace with Confidence
| General Motors
Amazon Web Services helps Kentucky scale its unemployment call centers
| Amazon
A note to our community about COVID-19.
| Thumbtack
Making masks available to Whole Foods Market customers nationwide
| Amazon
Xfinity Watchathon Week Returns May 11- 17 With More Than 10,000 Free TV Shows And Movies
| Comcast
Resources for mental health support during COVID-19
| Google
Keeping organizations running during COVID-19
| Amazon
Add support links to your Business Profile on Google
| Google
Resuming our driving operations in Phoenix
| Waymo

Helping People Stay Connected

Free virtual digital skills training from Grow with Google | Google
AT&T and Loon collaborate to provide internet to disaster-stricken areas
| AT&T
The new Microsoft Family Safety app now available in preview for iOS and Android
| Microsoft

Helping Students and Teachers Continue the Learning Experience

Helping 700,000 students transition to remote learning | Amazon
Make at-home learning more fun with 3D and AR in Search
| Google
Amazon Future Engineer provides weekly coding contests for students
| Amazon

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