Coronavirus Response and Resources

All of us are feeling the effects of the coronavirus pandemic. From businesses and schools closing to being told to work-from-home, each person is feeling the impact of "social distancing" in some way. We understand that in these uncertain times some clarity can help.

Connected Nation has worked for nearly two decades to find solutions for connecting all communities to high-speed internet. We have unique understanding and expertise in everything from telehealth to telework.

On this page, you’ll find resources and tips for navigating a more digital world. That includes step-by-step Covid-19 Response Plans  for community and state leaders. (See buttons to left).

If you have questions or are looking for additional information, please email us at

AT&T is partnering with Connected Nation to help at-risk students connect for remote learning. Here's how nonprofits and schools can apply.

Click here for the current Covid-19 updates by state.

Click here for a list of testing sites across the country. Find one near you. This was developed and provided by URISA's GISCorps.

The USDA is taking immediate measures to help rural communities. This is a list of the resources the agency is providing.

If you or someone you know does not have internet access or needs devices, there is help. You can find a list of resources by clicking here

Click here for a list of federal resources for small businesses.

Step-by-step guide to help school districts identify students who lack a home internet connection or dedicated learning device.


18.3 million Americans
45% of low income families
22% of rural residents
12 million school-aged children

According to the Pew Research Center 44% households with income under $30,000 do not have home broadband services and 46% do not have a traditional computer. (Source: Pew Research Center Study Conducted in Feb 2019)


Connected Nation (CN) recognizes that not everyone is “savvy” when it comes to online communication. That’s why CN is providing some FREE resources for online training to help senior citizens and others in need of assistance as they navigate a world that's rapidly becoming almost completely digital.

You can find these resources on our Drive website at  Below are some of the most-commonly used training resources from the website:

Other Resources and Applications:


USA Today answered tons of questions from the public about coronavirus. These are the answers.

Johns Hopkins University is tracking the spread of the coronavirus around the world, including in the U.S. See the below map for the very latest.(link)