COVID-19: Guidance and Resources

Stock markets are volatile, borders have closed, and it appears the COVID-19 pandemic will continue to get worse before it gets better. The impacts on businesses are being felt everywhere — travel bans, supply chain disruptions, and stay-at-home orders on top of the virus’s profound human cost.

During such a unique and precarious time, clear and effective communication is more important than ever. Using the firm’s decades of experience with crisis communications as well as the expertise of national and international experts, Tucker/Hall has assembled an up-to-date guide to communicating during COVID-19.

For more information on how your organization can manage communications and strategy during this crisis, contact Darren Richards at drichards@tuckerhall.com or call 813-228-0652 ext. 1116.


Latest Posts

  • Weekly COVID Update: 5/20 – 5/27
    Economic Outlook  As shutdowns continue to end around the country, positive trends for reopening are encouraging.However, some industries are faring better than others.  5/26/20 | May consumer confidence tops estimates as the US unwinds economic shutdowns  5/26/20 | Housing market heating up during COVID-19 pandemic  5/26/20 | Dow leaps 530 points as hopes for…
  • Weekly COVID Update: 5/13 – 5/20
    Economic Outlook  Experts predict that full economic recovery will likely not occur until at least 2021, though Florida is expected to start seeing some improvement as early as Q3 of this year. Analysis of the effects of the crisis on small businesses continues.   5/19/20 | Small business layoffs may have hit bottom: Study  5/19/20 | Bank of America’s CEO doesn’t see the US…
  • COVID Update – Through 5/12
    Note – As businesses begin to reopen, these updates will now be published weekly on Wednesdays. Economic Outlook  The stock market responds well to reopening efforts around the country, while businesses try to make the most of the new economic reality.  5/12/20 | Stocks Rise Slightly, Dow Up 100 Points As Reopening Of The Economy Continues  5/12/20 | Why The Pandemic…
  • COVID Update – 5/8
    Updated Data Reveals More About Economic Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic  From February to April, the U.S. unemployment rate rose from 3.5% to 14.7%, marking the highest unemployment rate since the Great Depression. This rate does not include those who are unemployed, but not actively looking for a new position. Additionally, April set a new record…
  • COVID Update – 5/7
    Governor DeSantis: South Florida Will Reopen Soon  Governor DeSantis has announced that South Florida counties excluded from reopening during the states’ “Phase 1” plan will be able to start reopening “soon”. He cited “good trends” in the counties, though did not provide a specific date for their reopening. This news comes after Palm…