As your local business partner, The Post and Courier is dedicated to helping Charleston businesses survive the coronavirus outbreak. From both our homes and our office, we’re committed to being a resource to our readers and businesses around us.
We’d like to highlight a few key online tools that you might need while dealing with the COVID-19 crisis.
With events and large gatherings being greatly impacted the most by social distancing regulations, nearly everyone has had to make some sort of change.
If you need an update on an event you planned to participate in, we are keeping a running list of Charleston events that have been impacted by the COVID-19 situation.
To keep up with Post and Courier hosted events you may have heard about or partnered with us on, please read our recent update.
Listing updated operating procedures for your restaurant
We’ve created a one-stop guide for Charleston area delivery and takeout. With the help of our readers and business partners around Charleston, we’ve built an extensive and growing dining list.
This is a great page to show our community that you’re still serving and to list any changes to your pricing or menu options. Click here to add your restaurant to the page.
Opportunities for local artists
We also wanted to highlight a new ongoing series called “No Intermission” that gives a digital platform for local performing artists.
We’ve opened our doors to musicians, actors and comedians already and plan to continue giving artists a chance to perform on a virtual stage, while the physical stages remain curtained.
Please contact arts editor Adam Parker, if you’d like to get involved.
Free access to updates on anything related to coronavirus
Don’t forget that The Post and Courier is providing unlimited subscription-free access to every story we post about the ongoing health crisis.
We’re also constantly updating a coronavirus news and resources page that collects all of the latest info and statistics around COVID-19 in South Carolina. Keep an eye on this page to stay updated on how this ongoing crisis might impact you.
Finally, local small businesses should check out this page, put together by the U.S. Small Business Administration. Here you can find out ways you can get financial relief during this trying time.