We hope you are well and taking precautions to remain healthy. Below are updates regarding COVID-19.
FROM THE GOVERNOR – April 3
GOVERNOR MCMASTER ORDERS ADDITIONAL NON-ESSENTIAL BUSINESSES CLOSED IN SC, SUSPENSION OF SHORT-TERM RENTALS TO THOSE FROM COVID-19 HOT SPOTS
South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster issued an executive order Friday closing additional non-essential businesses to help stop the spread of the coronavirus.
According to McMaster, those businesses include:
- Furniture stores
- Home furnishing stores
- Clothing stores
- Shoe and clothing accessory stores
- Jewelry stores
- Luggage and leather goods stores
- Department stores
- Sporting goods stores
- Book stores
- Craft and music stores
The order goes into effect at 5:00 pm on Monday, April 6.
Additionally, Governor McMaster issued another executive order that suspends short-term rentals in S.C. to people traveling from coronavirus hotspots across the nation. Those include hotels, short-term rentals, vacation homes, B&B’s, timeshares, etc.
That executive order is effective immediately.
The Official Executive Orders:
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FROM THE CITY OF NORTH MYRTLE BEACH
NORTH MYRTLE BEACH CITY COUNCIL EXPANDS RENTALS PROHIBITION TO INCLUDE SHORT-TERM AND LONG-TERM RENTALS, WITH SOME EXCEPTIONS
During an April 3, 3:00 p.m. emergency meeting, City Council expanded its prohibition against short-term rentals to include long-term rentals, with some exceptions.
The complete ordinance can be found here:
If the link does not work for you, please visit www.nmb.us under Press Releases on the home page.
Additional resource site with local, state and federal updates — Myrtle Beach Chamber of Commerce: https://www.myrtlebeachareachamber.com/coronavirus.
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We appreciate your loyalty to Thomas Beach Vacations. We are open–feel to contact us if you have questions or concerns. Please be sure to stay as healthy as possible by frequently washing your hands, social distancing, and staying home. BE SAFE!