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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control on Monday announced 82 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the statewide total up to 424 cases in 39 counties.

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The state Department of Health and Environmental Control on Sunday announced the number of COVID-19 patients in South Carolina rose to 195 cases in 33 counties, up from 173 cases in 30 counties on Saturday.

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A cluster of hungry visitors gathered off a busy highway in Garden City Beach for some eats. Emblazoned with illustrations of skulls and a fiery color scheme, the food truck there stood out as cars zipped past.

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The state Department of Health and Environmental Control announced Saturday the number of COVID-19 patients in South Carolina increased to 173 cases in 30 counties, up from 125 cases in 25 counties on Friday.

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The S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control said Friday that the number of COVID-19 patients rose to 125 cases across 25 counties, up from 81 on Wednesday, including two new cases in Horry County. 

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HTC rolled out three initiatives today, designed to support the connectivity of the community with a focus on students and businesses, in preparation for the economic impacts of COVID-19.

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The Myrtle Beach Mall sent out a release today saying that "out of an abundance of caution," the interior of the Mall, located at 10177 North Kings Highway, will be closed beginning tonight at 7 p.m. until further notice.

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The S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control said Wednesday that the number of COVID19 patients rose to 60 cases across 14 counties, up from 47 on Tuesday, including one new case in Horry County. 

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North Myrtle Beach announced Tuesday that it would be limit the classes and services provided at its recreation centers while keeping them open, in response to the threat of COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus. 

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Conway Medical Center said starting Tuesday it will no longer allow visitors under 18 years-old and over 69 years-old.All patients will be screened, including for fever, before entry.The hospital said it had no cases of COVID-19.The restrictions mirror the limitations Grand Strand Medical Ce…

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The town of Aynor announced Tuesday it was declaring a localized state of emergency "to enact emergency ordinances to meet public emergencies affecting life, health, safety or the property of the people," in response to COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus.  

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The city of Conway announced Monday that while its departments remain open for business, the buildings are closed to the public to limit the public’s contact with employees and reduce potential exposure to COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus. 

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Coastal Carolina University announced Sunday night the university will move to an "online learning model" starting March 23 due to the coronavirus, with online instruction continuing until April 3.

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This year's Run to the Sun Car Show that was scheduled for March 19-21 in Myrtle Beach has been postponed amid concerns over the coronavirus.

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Horry County announced Sunday afternoon that all scheduled public meetings for the week of March 16 through March 20 will be postponed in response to COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus.

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Horry County schools will not be in regular session through at least March 31 as state officials seek to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus.  

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Grand Strand Health announced Sunday morning that it had a patient tested positive for COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus.

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Horry-Georgetown Technical College announced Saturday night that all classes March 16 though March 20 are canceled, including all clinicals and internships, in response to the threat of COVID-19.

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In response to the threat of the novel coronavirus and the disease it causes, Covid-19, Horry County announced Saturday morning that it was moving to "OPCON 2" and declared a localized state of emergency effective noon Saturday, "to adopt emergency ordinances to meet public emergencies affec…