Coronavirus Information & Resources

As we continue to monitor the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), the administration, Congress and state and local governments are working together to make certain we are do everything in our power to stop the spread of this virus. Please take precautions to keep you and your families safe, and please call your primary care physician if you are experiencing symptoms related to the coronavirus. It is important as individuals we each take a personal responsibility to stop the spread of COVID-19 and flatten the curve, including washing our hands regularly, avoiding touching our face, sneeze or cough into a tissue or the inside of our elbow and disinfecting frequently used items and surfaces as much as possible. Please also remember to practice social distance by maintaining a safe six feet apart from people outside of your home.
 
To find further resources on how to protect you and your family, visit coronavirus.gov or the Kansas Department of Health and Environment website here. Sen. Moran encourages individuals to follow CDC guidance for preventative measures found here. Follow these steps if you are sick with COVID-19 or suspect you are infected with the virus.

Assistance:

If you are a Kansas resident and you or your family need assistance with matters related to Coronavirus (COVID-19), please email casework@moran.senate.gov. Sen. Moran's office is happy to further discuss your situation and see how we might be of assistance to you.

If your employment situation has been impacted by COVID-19, including reduced work hours, please refer to the resources below:

Federal:

For general information on Coronavirus (COVID-19), please visit the Centers for Disease control site here. For more specific information, please follow the links below:

Kansas:

For recommendations and resources from the Kansas Department of Health and Environment, please click here. This page provides resources and state guidance for:

Find Kansas specific Frequently Asked Questions here


U.S. Small Business Administration Resources:

Preventative Measures from the CDC: