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Non-essential, close-contact businesses ordered closed for 15 days

Published on Wednesday, April 1, 2020

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The bronze statue of former Greenville Mayor Max Heller, in downtown Greenville, personifies the mood of South Carolina and the nation with a medical mask on his face and another in his hand.
 

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The bronze statue of former Greenville Mayor Max Heller, in downtown Greenville, personifies the mood of South Carolina and the nation with a medical mask on his face and another in his hand.

 

South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster issued an executive order on Tuesday to close non-essential and close-contact businesses for 15 days beginning Wednesday at 5 p.m.

City of Greenville officials announced Tuesday afternoon they postponed a meeting set for an expected vote on an emergency stay-at-home ordinance in an effort to stop the spread the virus COVID-19. McMaster's order made Greenvilles meeting moot.

The executive order includes the following:

Arcades

Activities that require the use of shared sporting apparatus and equipment

Activities on commercial or public playground equipment

Adult entertainment venues

Barber shops

Bingo halls

Bowling alleys

Concert venues

Fitness and exercise centers and commercial gyms

Group exercise facilities, to include yoga, barre, and spin studios or facilities

Indoor children’s play areas (excluding daycare facilities)

Night clubs

Racetracks

Spas and public or commercial swimming pools

Spectator sports

Sports that involve interaction with another person in close proximity and within less than six (6) feet of another person

Theaters, auditoriums, and performing arts centers

Tourist attractions (including museums, aquariums, and planetariums)

Venues operated by social clubs

 

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