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For small to mid-sized businesses, the COVID-19 pandemic and lingering Delta variant caused significant problems and challenges. Many business owners are continuing to work hard at keeping their doors open, staff employed and functions operating to its best ability, under the circumstances. COVID-19 relief programs created in the wake of this pandemic by the Small Business Association (SBA) has relieved some of the burden many businesses owners face.

One of these programs, the Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program (EIDL), recently underwent new changes and updates that further extends the line of support for businesses.

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