On Friday, Gov. Henry McMaster ordered visitors from “hot spot” areas — including Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, and the city of New Orleans — to self-quarantine for two weeks upon their arrival to S.C. Source: AP

President Donald Trump announced that social distancing will continue at least through April 30. Dr. Anthony Fauci, a top advisor on the coronavirus, said that under restrictions 200,000 Americans could die, without restrictions, 2 million could die. Source: NYT

State parks are closed through April 30 after seeing large crowds over the weekend. Source: P&C

After some confusion following an opinion letter from the state attorney general’s office, the City of Charleston has pressed on with its stay-home order and Folly Island has closed the beach. Source: P&C


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