Effective April 1, South Carolina's Governor Closes Certain "Non-Essential Businesses" |

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Today, March 31, South Carolina’s Governor issued an executive order, effective April 1, closing certain “non-essential businesses” across the state for the next 15 days to help stop the spread of COVID-19.

Affected businesses fall into these three categories:

ENTERTAINMENT — Bowling alleys, nightclubs, arcades, concert halls, theaters, auditoriums, performing arts centers, tourist attractions including museums, racetracks, indoor children play areas (excluding daycares), adult entertainment venues, bingo halls, venues operated by social clubs.

ATHLETIC FACILITIES & ACTIVITIES — Fitness centers and gyms, spas and public pools, spectator sports, events that require shared sporting equipment, public playground equipment.

CLOSE-CONTACT SERVICE PROVIDERS — Barbershops, hair salons, waxing salons, nail salons, spas, body art facilities, tattoo parlors, tanning salons, massage therapy.
If you have questions about whether your business falls into one of the categories, p[lease call (803) 734-2873 or email covid19sc@sccommerce.com