Technically as long as the designation is not categorized as only "A" or "B".
§ll.12(g)(4)(ii)—1: What is a
‘‘designated disaster area’’ and how long
does it last?
A1. A ‘‘designated disaster area’’ is a
major disaster area designated by the
federal government. Such disaster
designations include, in particular,
Major Disaster Declarations
administered by the Federal Emergency
Management Agency (FEMA) (http://www.fema.gov
), but excludes counties
designated to receive only FEMA Public
Assistance Emergency Work Category A
(Debris Removal) and/or Category B
(Emergency Protective Measures).
Examiners will consider institution
activities related to disaster recovery
that revitalize or stabilize a designated
disaster area for 36 months following
the date of designation. Where there is
a demonstrable community need to
extend the period for recognizing
revitalization or stabilization activities
in a particular disaster area to assist in
long-term recovery efforts, this time
period may be extended.
However, from what I have been able to discern the Disaster Declaration for Covid-19 qualifies as Category B Emergency Protective Measures. If that is true and if no other category applies, then the Declaration would have no relevance for CRA as per the Q&A cited above.