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COVID-19-Myrtle-Beach-Updates

Greetings from sunny and warm Myrtle Beach! We hope that this finds you in good health. Here is the latest from Myrtle Beach! As of now, there are no travel bans in Myrtle Beach or surrounding areas along the Grand Strand. Myrtle Beach International Airport is still in operation as well as many other businesses in the area. Of course, the safety and security of our guests, owners and staff remain a priority, therefore we have implemented an even higher standard of cleaning and sanitizing of our properties and office. We have changed our cleaning policy to not enter a property until 3 days after a departure. We are here to assist you in your travel plans and offer flexible times of travel as the impact of the coronavirus evolves.

With the rest of the world, we are staying updated and following local, state and national health organizations informational postings. We strongly encourage you to check back to our website for the latest news, updates and possible closures. As of now, restaurants and bars are closed but just about every one of them are offering take out, curbside pick-up or delivery. Please stay tuned.

We sincerely wish each and every one of you to remain safe and healthy. Please know that we are here for you now and especially when this unprecedented occurrence is behind us. We feel certain that the human race will benefit from this with many lessons learned.

Stay safe and remember, We’ll See You on the Beach!!


Stores Opened for Business along the Grand Strand

Walmart - Adjusted hours with some mornings dedicated to senior/elderly shopping.
Dollar General - Adjusted hours with some mornings dedicated to senior/elderly shopping.
Target - Adjusted hours with some mornings dedicated to senior/ elderly shopping.
Food Lion - Adjusted hours with some stores offering online order/in store pick up and delivery.
Kroger's - Adjusted hours with some stores offering online order/in store pick up and delivery.
Publix - Adjusted hours with some stores offering online order/in store pick up and delivery.

Dining

Most restaurants along the Grand Strand are opened with delivery, takeout or curbside service. Inside dining is closed.

Shopping

Broadway at the Beach is opened with adjusted hours.
Barefoot Landing is opened with adjusted hours
Market Common is opened with adjusted hours.


Links to check for updates

South Carolina Department of of Health and Environmental Control (SCDHEC)
Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
City of Myrtle Beach
Horry County Government


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