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We've compiled resources to support your health and safety. Have info we should share? Please email us at

Note, please check with your local and state governments for the most up-to-date information.

General Guidelines

- Wash your hands often (20 seconds or 60% alcohol hand sanitizer)

- Avoid close contact (people without symptoms can spread COVID-19)

- Use a mask when in public (see CDC guidelines for exceptions)

- Cover coughs and sneezes (use elbow or tissue)

- Clean and disinfect (frequently used surfaces)

Review the CDC guidelines below for complete instructions.

CDC Guidelines


Free Telehealth Screening and Additional Medical Resources*

Free COVID-19 Screening - Roper

Free COVID-19 Screening - MUSC

Routine Medical Services: Call your doctor before a routine visit to confirm any additional precautions you should take.

Routine Labs at LabCorp: Make an appointment online and provide your cell phone number for mobile check in upon arrival.

*Free screening does not equal testing. If you are unsure, ask about costs of testing and/or treatment.

Local Grocery Stores with Special Hours

Many local grocery stores and pharmacies dedicate hours for seniors and high risk individuals (not an exclusive list)

Bi-Lo (8 am - 9 am)

Harris Teeter (Kiawah)

Dollar General (8 am - 9 am)

Publix (Tuesday/Wednesday 7 am - 8 am - 65 and over)

Target: First hour every Wednesday morning for vulnerable guests

Walmart: Hour-long senior shopping event every Tuesday for customers age 60 and older

Whole Foods: U.S. and Canada will service customers who are 60 and older one hour before opening to the public

Walgreens: Senior shopping hours

*consider a mail-order pharmacy option. Some insurance companies allow 90 prescriptions.

Blessing Boxes

Blessing boxes are stocked with non-perishable food items, basic toiletries, baby supplies, and anything else that might be considered a blessing to someone who finds themselves in need. Items are anonymously donated and anonymously received.

District 115 Locations

Folly Beach: Bert’s Market (202 E Ashley Ave)

James Island: 413 Fort Johnson Rd; 828 Folly Rd; Martello Drive (Between Firestone and the Church)

Digital Resources

Charleston County Library - online magazines, books, audiobooks, TV subscriptions and digital learning and entertainment for children or grandchildren.

CCSD Wifi buses for online student learning in District - Buses will be positioned at James Island Carter High school and James Island Elementary School from 12:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. The WiFi range is approximately 100 to 150 feet. Click here for more information.

Tax Extension Deadlines

Federal: July 15

SC State: Filing and Payments: June 1

Click Below to Access Local Government and Other Helpful Resources

Charleston County

City of Charleston

City of Folly Beach

Town of James Island

James Island Public Service District

Town of Kiawah Island

Town of Seabrook Island

Unemployment Info

Charleston County School District

Charleston County Library - Digital Collection

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