Covid-19 Resources: Update April 21, 2020
Friends, together we will get through this challenging time as we all learn to live differently. Right now, I think the best we can do is help slow down the spread of Covid-19. Mayor Tecklenburg is asking us to stay home, limit trips to essential services, call MUSC Telehealth if you develop symptoms, and be a good neighbor by not hoarding groceries and household supplies. That’s in addition to washing your hands for 20 seconds, avoiding touching your face, distancing yourself at least 6 feet, wearing a mask, covering your cough, disinfecting surfaces, and sharing information from trusted resources.
I’ve compiled some helpful resources for health, education, and economic, safety, and community information.
LET'S BE SAFE, STAY HEALTHY, STAY STRONG. #flattenthecurve
DHEC Public Information Phone System (866-246-0133 from 8 am to 6 pm)
Application for Small Business (due 12/21/20 or call 800-659-2955)
SCDEW: SC Department of Employment and Workforce (866-831-1724)
COMMUNITY Outreach Information:
James Island Outreach, a local food bank
Lowcounty Blessing Boxes for the Coastal Islands