COVID-19 Economic Roundup for the Week of June 29

ICYMI - To help our investors keep track, we’ve compiled some of the top COVID-19 business and Economic Response Task Force news of the past week.

 

Business Insider ranked which cities could be the best to live in after the coronavirus pandemic for those Americans seeking a new home and planning to continue remote work. To do this, they used nine economic, educational, and demographic metrics from government data sources and academic research. Logan, UT made #15 on the list. 

 

Based on a July 1 email from the Utah Office of Tourism, part of the Governor’s Office of Economic Development, here’s an overview of recent programs utilizing CARES Act Funding. https://edcutah.org/news/2020/07/05/cares-act-funding-explained

 

News from EDCUtah investor Goldman Sachs – a national mandate requiring face coverings would salvage roughly $1 trillion of economic activity, according to an analysis by the company’s economists. #MaskUpUtah!

 

EDCUtah’s Research team has updated the industry profiles for two significant sectors of our state’s economy – Life Sciences and Aerospace. You can find these comprehensive documents at www.edcutah.org/research.

 

 

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