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Keshia Worden and Eddie Middlemiss of Sydney, Ohio, had started their vacation in Tybee Island, Georgia. They were asked to leave due to the COVID-19 evacuations so they came to the Palms in Myrtle Beach hoping to stay until March 31. But on Sunday, the family packed up planned on spending a few hours on the beach before driving home after the city of Myrtle Beach ordered all hotels, motels, campgrounds and Airbnbs to have the guests clear out by noon on Sunday with a few exceptions. The ordinance also prohibits new reservations prior to May 1. Photo by Janet Morgan/janet.morgan@myhorrynews.com

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