‘Essential Services’ Commissioned to Keep America Running Amid Pandemic

Every crisis we’ve faced as Americans creates heroes. 

The unprecedented events unfolding in America right now called ‘coronavirus’ (COVID-19) place the spotlight on another kind of army of brave heroins.

In 9/11, the nation turned its attention to the brave police officers and firemen who ran towards the unfathomable and horrific sight of the twin towers falling as everyone else ran away from the danger. 

The unprecedented events unfolding in America right now called ‘coronavirus’ (COVID-19) place the spotlight on another kind of army of brave heroins. 

Vocational workers.

The team here at CFF have praised the people in the many ‘vocational’ industries we serve. Construction workers, delivery drivers, tow trucker drivers, maintenance workers, ambulance/rescue professionals, electricians, landscapers and other vocational professionals are stepping up and answering the calls for help in this global health crisis. 

When President Trump thanked the trucking industry for playing their vital part in transporting the essential goods, tools and supplies Americans need, the importance of the trucking industry was, hopefully, crystallized in the psyche of millions. 

To enforce the rule of social distancing, the government and health department have articulated what they deem to be ‘Essential Services’ in facing the enemy of this pandemic.

And as the government and U.S. citizens respond to the health department’s request to ‘socially distance,’ many industries have come to a grinding halt and we learn what industries are considered to be ‘essential.’

To enforce the rule of social distancing, the government and health department have articulated what they deem to be ‘Essential Services’ in facing the enemy of this pandemic. 

The Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has issued guidance on Essential Critical Infrastructure Workers during the coronavirus pandemic. This memorandum was developed to provide guidance to state and local governments.

The memorandum said essential industries represent, but are not necessarily limited to:

  • Medical and health care
  • Telecommunications
  • Information technology systems (IT)
  • Defense
  • Food and agriculture
  • Transportation and logistics
  • Energy
  • Water and wastewater
  • Law enforcement and public works

To deliver our highest level of support in this difficult time, we’ve launched an unprecedented offer to help ‘Essential Services’ workers finance the equipment you need to help American bounce back.

CISA Director Christopher Krebs said, “As the nation comes together to slow the spread of COVID-19, everyone has a role to play in protecting public health and safety. Many of the men and women who work across our nation’s critical infrastructure are hard at work keeping the lights on, water flowing from the tap, groceries on the shelves, among other countless essential services.”

For 25 years, CFF has partnered with these industries by providing financing to help these industries secure the trucks and equipment they need to perform their jobs.

To deliver our highest level of support in this difficult time, we’ve launched an unprecedented offer to help ‘Essential Services’ workers finance the equipment you need to help American bounce back.

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