Myrtle Beach Hotels, Motels, More Ordered to Close

There are now 456 reported cases of COVID-19 in South Carolina with the death toll rising to nine. These latest developments have prompted the city of Myrtle Beach to close all hotels, motels and short-term rentals by this Sunday. They must stop accepting all reservations immediately and current visitors or temporary residents staying in these places are all asked to leave by Sunday, as well. The hotels, motels and rentals are ordered to stay closed through may 1st. In addition, all visitor attractions have been ordered to close by noon today. This includes “theaters, golf courses, amusement parks, arcades, and more.”