Business owners who suffered from the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in Oklahoma can now apply for grants through the Oklahoma Business Relief Program.
The state's commerce department said it was created to help local businesses overcome the current economic challenges. Businesses that have suffered at least a 25 percent drop in revenue from 2019 to 2020 may be eligible.
Grants will match a two-month total payroll amount with a maximum total of $25,000.
The application for the grant is due July 10, and the department said they'll hand out grants July 17.
Businesses will need to apply through the participating financial institutions, which can be found here.