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Berkeley County Coronavirus Update: March 31, 2020

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The following is a statement from Berkeley County:

Governor Henry McMaster has issued an executive order closing non-essential businesses. The order will go into effect April 1 and will last for 15 days. The full executive order can be found HERE.

The businesses that will close due to the order are as follows:

Close-contact service providers:

    • Barber shops
    • Hair salons
    • Waxing salons
    • Nail salons
    • Spas
    • Body art facilities
    • Tattoo parlors
    • Tanning salons
    • Massage therapy

Entertainment venues and facilities:

    • Bowling alleys
    • Night clubs
    • 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

Recreational and athletic facilities and activities:

    • Fitness centers and gyms
    • Spas and public pools
    • Spectator sports
    • Events that require shared sporting equipment
    • Public playground equipment
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