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COVID-19 Support Payments Explanation

Businesses in our state who have been compelled to place their employees on furlough (i.e., a temporary period of time during which an employee performs no personal services for the employer as a result of a layoff caused by the economic impacts of COVID‐19) may also receive unemployment insurance (UI) benefits. The Governor’s Executive Order clears the way for employers – who choose to take advantage of this voluntary option – to make these COVID‐19 Support Payments without such payments affecting their employees’ eligibility for UI benefits.

Executive Orders

South Carolina Gov. McMaster's executive orders.

Guidance on Stay at Home Order

Effective at 5:00 PM on Tuesday, April 7, 2020, Executive Order 2020-21, which is South Carolina’s mandatory “Home or Work” order, goes into full effect and is enforceable throughout the duration of the Emergency Declaration or until modified or rescinded.