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Myrtle Beach closed at least until May 15th

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Myrtle Beach Mayor Brenda Bethune told local press today that the City of Myrtle Beach will continue its current shut down through May 15th. The shut down includes all hotels, attractions, and dine in restaurants. The order applies to all current reservations made through May 15th. Tourists who have current …

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S.C. Governor closes all non essential businesses

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In an effort to flatten the curve regarding the Coronavirus pandemic, S.C. Governor Henry McMaster closed all non essential S.C. businesses today. Those businesses are mandated to close by tomorrow morning and remain closed until April 15th. The entire list of businesses mandated to close are: Entertainment venues and facilities …

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New Yorkers flee city

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Coronavirus deaths continue to climb in New York City, which is quickly becoming one of the worst-hit places on earth. Yesterday, 88 more people in the city died from COVID-19 — nearly doubling the previous day’s death count. In response, many New Yorkers are choosing to flee the city in …

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Coronavirus concerns: Local group responds

Tomorrow, John Gallman, candidate for SC Senate 33 and a local group of experts, will host a Virtual Town Hall in Horry County to discuss the Coronavirus and how it is affecting our community! To sign up to attend: https://www.facebook.com/events/s/horry-county-coronavirusvirtua/215854916288933/ Featured guests include:-John Gallman, local business owner and candidate for state senate …

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Facing pandemic, Governor shuts down indoor dining

Facing a coronavirus pandemic, Governor Henry McMaster ordered, by state law, all bars and restaurants to cease indoor dining as of Tuesday, March 17th. McMaster’s statewide order allows for curbside and drive-thru service. “We are asking people to stick together and understand we’re in a crisis,” Governor Henry McMaster said …

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