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- People from COVID-19 hotspots still flying into Myrtle Beach with no mandatory quarantine
- In Myrtle Beach, tourists head home
- HCS cancels proms, will observe spring break, and gives eLearning directives
- UPDATE 3-30-2020 These restaurants/businesses are open with takeout and / or delivery options
- DHEC releases COVID-19 patient location by zip code
- Horry County now has 16 COVID-19 cases, South Carolina total rises to 298
- North Myrtle Beach bans short-term rentals through April 30
- Horry County sees first COVID-19 related death
- Coroner's office identifies two adults, child who died in shooting near Surfside Beach
- Horry County's business license fee hikes are hitting companies at the worst time. Here's how to avoid late payment penalties
- Vacated by noon, Myrtle Beach guests leave
- Vulnerable at the beach
- Conway chorus stays in tune on Zoom
- Uncertainty in Myrtle Beach
- Blu Med tent system at Grand Strand Regional Medical Center
- For the musicians, The Music Never Stops at Tin Roof
- Food pantry needs filling at the Grand Strand Humane Society
- Come Go With Us
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Do you think it is wise to relax regulations in a few weeks in order to help the U.S. economy start to recover?
President Donald Trump on Monday said he planned to pull the U.S. economy out of its coronavirus-induced slumber in a matter of weeks. The President said he is hopeful that some social distancing regulations can be relaxed by Easter in some parts of the nation that are not severely impacted by the virus. Do you think it is wise to relax regulations in a few weeks in order to help the U.S. economy start to recover? Choices are: