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MUSC cuts salaries, lays off 900 staff members because of Coronavirus

MUSC

During the Coronavirus pandemic, healthy South Carolinians are choosing to avoid any contact with area hospitals. As a result, the MUSC health system is now forced to lay off 900 staff members. MUSC is centered in Charleston, but operates facilities statewide. A statement from the hospital group was released to …

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Governor McMaster mandates “Stay at Home” order

Hemry McMaster

South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster announced today he is issuing a statewide “Stay at Home” order in response to COVID-19. The order stipulates South Carolinians must remain at home or work unless visiting family, exercising, or obtaining essential goods or services. The governor also issued an order restricting the number …

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S.C. Governor closes all non essential businesses

Closed

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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Governor McMaster closes all S.C. Beaches

Myrtle Beach

In response to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, Governor Henry McMaster closed public access to all S.C. beaches today. “As a result of behavior observed this past weekend by the Department of Natural Resources and SLED, it has become necessary to close public access to our state’s beaches, and to close …

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Challengers promise to focus on their districts

Karon Mitchell

Filings for elections in the June 9th primary ended today at 12 noon. During this cycle, three candidates are stating their intentions to represent the residents in their districts. While Case Brittain, Karon Mitchell, and John Gallman represent varying districts, each of those districts include the beleaguered southern end of …

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Visitors must leave by Sunday, no new business until May 1

Myrtle Beach

The City of Myrtle Beach passed an emergency ordinance ordering all accommodation businesses in the city, including hotels, motels, Homeaway rentals, Airbnb and campgrounds, not to accept any new reservations for any guests arriving before May 1st. All in-house guests must leave their rooms by Sunday, March 29th. North Myrtle …

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