Even before a state order halting dine-in food service across the state, Myrtle Beach had felt the first echoes of an economic downturn from the novel coronavirus. Decisions of faraway communities and businesses had already dealt a blow: Gone were traveling sports tournaments, the region's typical Can-Am Days celebration welcoming Canadian visitors on break, conventions and much group travel. 

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