South Carolina restaurants have returned to normal seating under a new order issued Friday by Gov. Henry McMaster. The order ends one of the last coronavirus restrictions in the state.
Restaurants were restricted to 50 percent interior seating after being allowed only to offer takeout and outdoor dining for months amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
After President Trump contracted Covid-19 last week, questions have been asked if this order was signed to early, too late, or just at the right time?
What are your thoughts?
Final numbers will be forwarded to S.C. Governor McMaster’s office.
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