Main Street Lincoln Park
MAIN STREET LINCOLN PARK & COVID-19
Main Street Lincoln Park is dedicated to providing our business community and neighbors with the best information we have available and when available, additional tools and resources to help us come out the other side of this unprecedented time stronger, smarter, and more resilient.
Below, you will find links to assist with economic impacts, information about the spread of COVID-19, and other useful information as it becomes available. The information here is mainly directed to the business community. However, we invite you to look at the list for Lincoln Park residents for additional information to help your own family and the families of your employees as well as the neighborhood at large.
If you come across anything you feel should be added, please send the link to Shannon at Ecolibrium3: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 218 – 336 – 1038 x 205
COVID-19 General Information:
MN Unemployment Insurance (NOTE: new assigned days for application)
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) HelpLine: Monday-Friday, 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., EST (800) 950-6264
Government Information Portals:
City of Duluth (Video updates)
Duluth Fire Department: Implementing “Triage from the door,” caution and screening for responder safety. Life safety inspections are being rescheduled, let your landlord know if you’re sick so they can alert inspectors.
Duluth Police Department:
IRS (tax relief information)
Essentia Health: Individuals are encouraged to use Essentia’s E-visit screening if they are experiencing symptoms and call before coming to a clinic. They are working on drive up testing soon. No visitors are allowed to the hospital.
If you think you have COVID-19:
- Stay home if you are mildly ill, except for medical care. Do not go to work, school or public areas. Avoid public transportation.
- Separate yourself from other people and animals in your home. Use a separate bathroom, if possible.
- Call ahead before visiting your health care provider
- Wear a face mask around others
- Cover your coughs and sneezes, wash hands often
- Clean high-touch surfaces daily
- Older patients and those with severe underlying medical conditions or are immunocompromised should contact their provider early, even if their illness is mild
- The vast majority of patients who have COVID-19 will have mild symptoms that require no treatment.
- Testing for COVID-19 is limited only to symptomatic patients who have traveled or have been exposed to an individual with the disease.
- The treatment for most people with COVID-19 is to stay home, away from other people, be diligent about hygiene and rest. There is no current cure for COVID-19.
- You should be evaluated by a medical professional if you have a fever AND cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing. Call your health care provider or visit slhduluth.com/eCare for an online visit.
- COVID-19 Questionnaire
How You Can Help:
Small Business Economic Assistance:
City of Duluth (Tourism Tax deferral information)
Entrepreneur Fund (NOTE: great resources for all businesses, regardless of whether or not you currently work with them – see Loan Training info that follows)
Retailer strategy video (note: although the first 30 seconds or so lean into a sales pitch, hang in there. There is a lot of great information here and well worth the time to view)
Duluth Transportation Authority: some adjustment to routes and schedules, but trying to remain open
Comfort Systems: no disconnection (no further information on website or Facebook page regarding specifics at this time)
Minnesota Power: no disconnection, but you must contact regarding payment arrangements and options. 1-800-228-4966