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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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Watercooler Wednesday March 25th

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WATERCOOLER WEDNESDAY: Dave and David (MyrtleBeachSC.com) are Chinese coronavirus-free and talking about: * the lesson South Carolinians can learn from DC politicians who sold their stocks days before the market tanked * primary election update – including how state Senator Paul “Lyin’ to the Police” Campbell is dropping out * …

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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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