SOUTH CAROLINA (WFXG) - The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reported 907 new cases of COVID-19, one new probable cases of the novel coronavirus COVID-19, and nine additional confirmed deaths.

This brings the total number of people confirmed to have COVID-19 in South Carolina to 24,661 and those who have died to 653 as of June 21. 

Six of the deaths occurred in elderly individuals from Chester (1), Colleton (1), Florence (2), and Richland (2) counties, and three of the deaths occurred in middle-aged individuals from Richland (1), Spartanburg (1), and Sumter (1) counties. 

The number of new confirmed cases by county are listed below.

Abbeville (2), Aiken (7), Anderson (18), Bamberg (6), Beaufort (41), Berkeley (35), Calhoun (7), Charleston (109), Cherokee (2), Chester (4), Chesterfield (2), Clarendon (2), Colleton (10), Darlington (3), Dillon (3), Dorchester (34), Edgefield (4), Fairfield (4), Florence (20), Georgetown (18), Greenville (133), Greenwood (18), Horry (115), Jasper (4), Kershaw (12), Lancaster (9), Laurens (18), Lee (3), Lexington (43), Marion (5), Marlboro (6), Newberry (7), Oconee (26), Orangeburg (34), Pickens (35), Richland (33), Saluda (3), Spartanburg (19), Sumter (14), Union (4), Williamsburg (4), York (31)

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reported 1,157 new cases of COVID-19, five new probable cases of the novel coronavirus COVID-19, and five additional confirmed deaths.

This brings the total number of people confirmed to have COVID-19 in South Carolina to 23,756 and those who have died to 644 as of June 20.

The five deaths occurred in elderly individuals from Florence (1), Lee (1), Oconee (1), and Richland (2) counties.

The number of new confirmed cases by county are listed below.

Abbeville (13), Aiken (6), Anderson (23), Bamberg (6), Barnwell (2), Beaufort (60), Berkeley (48), Calhoun (6), Charleston (178), Cherokee (4), Chester (2), Chesterfield (3), Clarendon (8), Colleton (12), Darlington (2), Dillon (4), Dorchester (32), Edgefield (2), Fairfield (7), Florence (23), Georgetown (14), Greenville (124), Greenwood (9), Hampton (2), Horry (121), Jasper (5), Kershaw (17), Lancaster (14), Laurens (16), Lee (5), Lexington (74), Marion (19), Marlboro (8), Newberry (8), Oconee (6), Orangeburg (16), Pickens (34), Richland (99), Saluda (1), Spartanburg (37), Sumter (40), Williamsburg (7), York (40)

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reported 987 new cases of COVID-19 and four additional deaths. 

This brings the total number of people confirmed to have COVID-19 in South Carolina to 21,533 and those who have died to 621 as of June 18. 

Three of the deaths occurred in elderly individuals from Florence (1), Kershaw (1), and Lancaster (1) counties, and one (1) death occurred in an middle-aged individual from Lancaster County. There are currently no probable deaths. 

The number of new confirmed cases by county are listed below.
Aiken (10), Anderson (14), Bamberg (3), Beaufort (48), Berkeley (24), Calhoun (1), Charleston (139), Chester (1), Chesterfield (4), Cherokee (1), Colleton (3), Clarendon (2), Darlington (4), Dillon (10), Dorchester (20), Fairfield (5), Florence (16), Georgetown (42), Greenville (169), Greenwood (1), Horry (128), Jasper (9), Kershaw (16), Lancaster (7), Laurens (10), Lee (7), Lexington (45), Marion (5), Marlboro (4), Newberry (6), Oconee (5), Orangeburg (13), Pickens (19), Richland (79), Saluda (3), Spartanburg (42), Sumter (34), Union (2), Williamsburg (7), York (29)

The number of new probable cases are listed below. Greenville (2), Kershaw (2), Laurens (1), Lexington (1), Pickens (1), Richland (2)

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reported 577 new cases of COVID-19 and two new additional deaths. 

This brings the total number of people confirmed to have COVID-19 in South Carolina to 20,551 and those who have died to 617 as of June 17.

Nine of the deaths occurred in elderly individuals from Beaufort (1), Berkeley (1), Colleton (1), Greenville (1), Horry (1), Lancaster (1), Lexington (2), and York (1) counties, and one (1) death occurred in an middle-aged individual from Charleston County. There are currently no probable deaths.

The number of new confirmed cases by county are listed below.
Aiken (6), Anderson (7), Beaufort (29), Berkeley (5), Calhoun (1), Charleston (35), Chester (2), Chesterfield (2), Cherokee (2), Colleton (2), Clarendon (6), Darlington (6), Dillon (4), Dorchester (8), Fairfield (2), Florence (22), Georgetown (22), Greenville (77), Greenwood (5), Horry (120), Jasper (1), Kershaw (10), Lancaster (11), Laurens (5), Lexington (35), Marion (5), Marlboro (4), Newberry (2), Oconee (3), Orangeburg (6), Pickens (20), Richland (57), Saluda (2), Spartanburg (22), Sumter (5), Williamsburg (7), York (19)

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reported 595 new cases of COVID-19 and five additional deaths. 

This brings the total number of people confirmed to have COVID-19 in South Carolina to 19,990 and those who have died to 607 as of June 16.

Three of the deaths were of elderly individuals from Chesterfield, Colleton, and Richland counties. The other two deaths were of middle-aged individuals from Dillon and Richland counties.

The number of new cases by county are listed below:

Abbeville (3), Aiken (6), Allendale (1), Anderson (6), Bamberg (2), Barnwell (1), Beaufort (33), Berkeley (14), Calhoun (3), Charleston (63), Chester (3), Chesterfield (2), Clarendon (1), Colleton (6), Darlington (6), Dorchester (10), Fairfield (2), Florence (8), Georgetown (11), Greenville (70), Greenwood (3), Horry (86) Jasper (1), Kershaw    (13), Lancaster (11), Lee    (2), Lexington (33), Marion (3), Marlboro (1), Newberry (1), Oconee (6), Orangeburg (19), Pickens (23), Richland (56), Saluda (4), Spartanburg (25), Sumter (15), Union (2), Williamsburg    (7), York (33)

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reported 582 new cases of COVID-19 and two additional deaths. 

This brings the total number of people confirmed to have COVID-19 in South Carolina to 19,378 and those who have died to 602 as of June 15.

The deaths occurred in elderly individuals from Charleston and Lexington counties.

The number of new cases by county are listed below:

Abbeville (3), Aiken (2), Anderson (6), Bamberg (3), Barnwell (1), Beaufort (24),  Berkeley (19), Calhoun (4), Charleston (76), Cherokee (1), Chester (3), Chesterfield (1), Clarendon (7), Colleton (3), Darlington (3), Dillon (1) Dorchester (11), Edgefield (1), Fairfield (3), Florence (13), Georgetown (17), Greenville (91), Greenwood (8), Horry (62), Jasper (1), Kershaw (4), Lancaster (2), Laurens (23), Lexington (30), Marion (2), Marlboro (1), Newberry (5), Oconee    (6), Orangeburg (35), Pickens (7), Richland (42), Saluda (2), Spartanburg (32), Sumter (7), Union (1), Williamsburg (3), York (16)

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reported 799 new cases of COVID-19 and 1 additional death. 

This brings the total number of people confirmed to have COVID-19 in South Carolina to 18,795 and those who have died to 600 as of June 14. 

The death occurred in a middle-aged individual from Jasper County.

The number of new cases by county are listed below.

Abbeville (4), Aiken (4), Anderson (25), Bamberg (4), Beaufort (24), Berkeley (21), Calhoun (3), Charleston (72), Cherokee (1), Chester (3), Chesterfield (7), Clarendon (8), Colleton (4), Darlington (3), Dillon (1), Dorchester (16), Edgefield (1), Fairfield (2), Florence (21), Georgetown (14), Greenville (140), Greenwood (31), Horry (95), Kershaw (15), Lancaster (6), Laurens (11), Lee (2), Lexington (49), Marion (2), Marlboro (5), Newberry (4), Oconee (5), Orangeburg (29), Pickens (15), Richland (69), Saluda (6), Spartanburg (20), Sumter (32), Union (1), Williamsburg (4), York (20)

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reported 770 new cases of COVID-19 and 6 additional deaths. 

This brings the total number of people confirmed to have COVID-19 in South Carolina to 17,955 and those who have died to 599 as of June 13. 

Four deaths occurred in elderly individuals from Cherokee (1), Darlington (1), Greenville (1), and Richland (1) counties, and two deaths occurred in middle-aged individuals from Greenville (1) and Horry (1) counties.

The number of new cases by county are listed below.

Abbeville (1), Aiken (3), Anderson (10), Bamberg (1), Beaufort (25), Berkeley (17), Calhoun (3), Charleston (56), Cherokee (5), Chester (2), Chesterfield (3), Clarendon (2), Colleton (14), Darlington (4), Dillon (2), Dorchester (14), Edgefield (1), Fairfield (2), Florence (23), Georgetown (18), Greenville (157), Greenwood (14), Horry (101), Kershaw (10), Lancaster (9), Laurens (8), Lexington (50), Marion (7), Marlboro (5), Newberry (2), Oconee (3), Orangeburg (21), Pickens (17), Richland (61), Spartanburg (41), Sumter (14), Union (2), Williamsburg (8), York (34)

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reported 770 new cases of COVID-19 and 5 additional deaths. 

This brings the total number of people confirmed to have COVID-19 in South Carolina to 17,170 and those who have died to 593 as of June 12.

All five deaths occurred in elderly individuals from Aiken (1), Charleston (1), Lexington (1), Orangeburg (1), and Richland (1) counties

The number of new cases by county are listed below.

Aiken (5), Anderson (11), Bamberg (1), Beaufort (33), Berkeley (9), Calhoun (3), Charleston (54), Cherokee (8), Chester (1) Chesterfield (9), Clarendon (6), Colleton (12), Darlington (4), Dillon (5), Dorchester (9), Edgefield (1), Fairfield (1), Florence (20), Georgetown (15), Greenville (142), Greenwood (24), Horry (88), Jasper (2), Kershaw (16), Lancaster (2), Laurens (11), Lee (1), Lexington (61), Marion (3), Marlboro (6), Newberry (3), Oconee (3), Orangeburg (11), Pickens (20), Richland (73), Saluda (2), Spartanburg (44), Sumter (23), Union (1), Williamsburg (5), York (22)

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reported 687 new cases of COVID-19 and 13 additional deaths. 

This brings the total number of people confirmed to have COVID-19 in South Carolina to 16,441 and those who have died to 588 as of June 11.

Ten of the 13 deaths occurred in elderly individuals from Greenville (2), Florence (1), Spartanburg (3), Fairfield (1), Colleton (2), and Greenwood (1) counties, and three in middle-aged individuals from Lexington (1), and Spartanburg (2) counties.

The number of new cases by county are listed below.

Aiken (6), Abbeville (3), Anderson (7), Bamberg (3), Beaufort (24), Berkeley (20), Calhoun (1), Charleston (45), Chester (3), Chesterfield (7), Cherokee (1), Clarendon (9), Colleton (6), Darlington (8), Dillon (2), Dorchester (10), Edgefield (1), Fairfield (3), Florence (22), Georgetown (15), Greenville (125), Greenwood (36), Hampton (5), Horry (47), Jasper (2), Kershaw (8), Lancaster (10), Laurens (9), Lexington (52), Marion (4), Marlboro (5), Newberry (1), Oconee (6), Orangeburg (13), Pickens (14), Richland (69), Saluda (2), Spartanburg (9), Sumter (45), Williamsburg (8), York (21)

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reported 528 new cases of COVID-19 and seven additional deaths. 

This brings the total number of people confirmed to have COVID-19 in South Carolina to 15,759 and those who have died to 575 as of June 10.

Five of the new deaths were of elderly individuals from Chesterfield (1), Florence (1), Greenville (2), and Spartanburg (1) counties. The other two deaths were of middle-aged individuals from Greenville and Newberry counties.

The number of new cases by county are listed below:

Aiken (2), Anderson (1), Barnwell (1), Beaufort (19), Berkeley (11), Charleston (37), Cherokee (2), Chesterfield (7), Clarendon (2), Colleton (9), Darlington (3), Dillon (1), Dorchester (7), Fairfield (3), Florence (3), Georgetown (8), Greenville (145), Greenwood (1), Horry (79), Kershaw (6), Lancaster (6), Laurens (4), Lee (2), Lexington (27), Marlboro (4), Newberry (1), Oconee (4), Orangeburg (4), Pickens (14), Richland (66), Spartanburg (11), Sumter (15), Williamsburg (1), York (22) 

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reported 434 new cases of COVID-19 and 11 additional deaths. 

This brings the total number of people confirmed to have COVID-19 in South Carolina to 15,228 and those who have died to 568 as of June 9.

Five of the new deaths were of elderly individuals from Fairfield (2), Florence (1), Lee (1), and Williamsburg (1) counties. The other six deaths were of individuals from Berkeley (1), Greenville (2), Greenwood (1), Horry (1), and Lee (1) counties.


The number of new cases by county are listed below:

Abbeville (2), Aiken (1), Anderson (9), Beaufort (20), Berkeley (9), Calhoun (1), Charleston (28), Chesterfield (5), Cherokee (3), Clarendon (3), Colleton (5), Darlington (3), Dorchester (4), Fairfield (4), Florence (2), Georgetown (6), Greenville (47), Greenwood (15), Hampton (1), Horry (47), Jasper (2), Kershaw (7), Lancaster (7), Laurens (4), Lee (2), Lexington (37), Newberry (5), Orangeburg (11), Pickens (5), Richland (80), Spartanburg (13), Sumter (21), Williamsburg (1), York (24) 

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reported 542 new cases of COVID-19 and 11 additional deaths. 

This brings the total number of people confirmed to have COVID-19 in South Carolina to 14,800 and those who have died to 557 as of June 8.

Nine of the new deaths were of elderly individuals from Berkeley (1), Chesterfield (1), Dillon (1), Greenville (1), Horry (1), Orangeburg (1), Richland (2), and Spartanburg (1) counties. The other two deaths were of middle-aged individuals from Clarendon and Kershaw counties.

The number of new cases by county are listed below:

Abbeville (7), Aiken (4), Anderson (2), Beaufort (13), Berkeley (9), Calhoun (1), Charleston (38), Cherokee (1), Chester (8), Chesterfield (5), Clarendon (1), Colleton (2), Darlington (2), Dillon (1), Dorchester (10), Edgefield (1), Fairfield (5), Florence (10), Georgetown (9), Greenville (116), Greenwood (11), Hampton (4), Horry (61), Jasper (1), Kershaw (6), Lancaster (3), Laurens (4), Lexington (48), Marion (1), Marlboro (5), McCormick (1), Newberry (2), Oconee (3), Orangeburg (19), Pickens (10), Richland (47), Saluda (2), Spartanburg (31), Sumter (12), Williamsburg (4), York (22) 

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reported 390 new cases of COVID-19 and one additional death. 

This brings the total number of people confirmed to have COVID-19 in South Carolina to 14,286 and those who have died to 546 as of June 7.

The new death was of an elderly individual from Darlington County.

The number of new cases by county are listed below:

Abbeville (2), Aiken (1), Anderson (8), Bamberg (4), Beaufort (9), Berkeley (10), Calhoun (1), Charleston (36), Cherokee (3), Chester (3), Chesterfield (5), Clarendon (1), Colleton (11), Darlington (2), Dillon (3), Dorchester (8), Edgefield (1), Florence (10), Georgetown (5), Greenville (57), Hampton (1), Horry (47), Jasper (1), Kershaw (6), Lancaster (4), Laurens (1), Lee (2), Lexington (29), Marion (5), Marlboro (4), Newberry (3), Oconee (1), Orangeburg (7), Pickens (7), Richland (31), Saluda (1), Spartanburg (38), Sumter (14), York (8) 

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reported 512 new cases of COVID-19 and seven additional deaths. 

This brings the total number of people confirmed to have COVID-19 in South Carolina to 13,916 and those who have died to 545 as of June 6.

Six of the new deaths were of elderly individuals from Horry (2), Florence (1), Lexington (1), Chesterfield (1), and Cherokee (1) counties. The other two deaths were of middle-aged individuals from Greenwood County.

The number of new cases by county are listed below:

Aiken (1), Abbeville (2), Anderson (7), Barnwell (2), Beaufort (6), Berkeley (6), Calhoun (1), Charleston (39), Cherokee (17), Chester (4), Chesterfield (8), Clarendon (2) Colleton (5), Darlington (9), Dillon (8), Dorchester (9), Fairfield (7), Florence (8), Georgetown (1), Greenville (80), Greenwood (12), Hampton (2), Horry (33), Kershaw (6), Lancaster (12), Laurens (7), Lee (1), Lexington (47), Marion (5), Marlboro (4), Newberry (6), Oconee (2), Orangeburg (11), Pickens (4), Richland (57), Saluda (1), Spartanburg (42), Sumter (23), Union (1), Williamsburg (2), York (13)

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reported 447 new cases of COVID-19 and 13 additional deaths. 

This brings the total number of people confirmed to have COVID-19 in South Carolina to 13,453 and those who have died to 538 as of June 5.

Eleven deaths occurred in elderly individuals from Clarendon (1), Greenville (1), Horry (1), Orangeburg (1), Richland (1), and Spartanburg (6) counties, and two deaths occurred in middle-aged individuals from Charleston (1) and Cherokee (1) counties.

The number of new cases by county are listed below.

Aiken (1), Anderson (4), Bamberg (3), Barnwell (2), Beaufort (11), Berkeley (3), Calhoun (1), Charleston (28), Chester (3), Chesterfield (15), Clarendon (3), Colleton (6), Darlington (3), Dillon (3), Dorchester (14), Edgefield (1), Fairfield (9), Florence (16), Georgetown (3), Greenville (77), Greenwood (1), Jasper (2), Horry (30), Kershaw (17), Lancaster (7), Laurens (1), Lee (2), Lexington (43), Marlboro (9), Newberry (4), Oconee (1), Orangeburg (15), Pickens (6), Richland (56), Saluda (2), Spartanburg (15), Sumter (11), Williamsburg (6), York (13) 

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reported 361 new cases of COVID-19 and seven additional deaths. 

This brings the total number of people confirmed to have COVID-19 in South Carolina to 13,005 and those who have died to 525 as of June 4.

Six deaths occurred in elderly individuals from Florence (1), Lexington (2), Richland (1), and Spartanburg (2) counties. One death occurred in a middle-age individual from Greenville County.

The number of new cases by county are listed below.

Abbeville (1), Aiken (5), Allendale (1), Anderson (13), Bamberg (4), Barnwell (1), Beaufort (5), Berkeley (10), Calhoun (3), Charleston (32), Cherokee (4), Chesterfield (11), Clarendon (1), Colleton (6), Darlington (3), Dillon (5), Dorchester (8), Edgefield (1), Fairfield (9), Florence (6), Greenville (56), Greenwood (9), Horry (14), Kershaw (3), Lancaster (4), Laurens (4), Lee (3), Lexington (26), Marion (1), Marlboro (4), Newberry (3), Orangeburg (15), Pickens (2), Richland (39), Spartanburg (35), Sumter (6), Williamsburg (2), York (6)

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reported 235 new cases of COVID-19 and 17 additional deaths. 

This brings the total number of people confirmed to have COVID-19 in South Carolina to 12,651 and those who have died to 518 as of June 3.

15 of the deaths occurred in elderly individuals in Aiken (1), Darlington (1), Greenwood (1), Horry (1), Lancaster (1), Lee (2), Marlboro (1), Pickens (1), Spartanburg (3), Sumter (1), and York (2) counties. 2 deaths occurred in middle-aged individuals in Berkeley (1) and Charleston (1) counties.

The number of new cases by county are listed below.

Aiken (2), Allendale (1), Anderson (3), Bamberg (3), Barnwell (1), Beaufort (3), Berkeley (1), Charleston (11), Chester (5), Cherokee (1), Chesterfield (4), Colleton (3), Darlington (3), Dorchester (3), Edgefield (1), Fairfield (4), Florence (6), Greenville (51), Greenwood (2), Horry (17), Kershaw (7), Lancaster (15), Laurens (2), Lee (2), Lexington (18), Marion (1), Marlboro (4), McCormick (1), Newberry (2), Orangeburg (3), Pickens (5), Richland (30), Spartanburg (5), Sumter (11), Williamsburg (1), York (3)

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reported 285 new cases of COVID-19 and one additional deaths.

This brings the total number of people confirmed to have COVID-19 in South Carolina to 12,415 and those who have died to 501 as of June 2.

The new death was of an elderly individual from Horry County.

The number of new cases by county are listed below:

Abbeville (1), Aiken (2), Anderson (3), Bamberg (1), Beaufort (9), Berkeley (2), Charleston (17), Chester (4), Chesterfield (5), Clarendon (4), Colleton (3), Darlington (9), Dillon (3), Dorchester (2), Fairfield (2), Florence (6), Georgetown (2), Greenville (65), Greenwood (2), Horry (18), Kershaw (2), Lancaster (27), Laurens (1), Lee (2), Lexington (20), Marion (1), Marlboro (10), Newberry (2), Oconee (1), Orangeburg (8), Pickens (9), Richland (12), Spartanburg (5), Sumter (9), Union (2), Williamsburg (7), York (7) 

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reported 297 new cases of COVID-19 and six additional deaths.

This brings the total number of people confirmed to have COVID-19 in South Carolina to 12,148 and those who have died to 500 as of June 1. 

All six deaths were of elderly individuals. They resided in Colleton (2), Fairfield (2), Horry (1), and Lexington (1) counties. 

The number of new cases by county are listed below:

Abbeville (2), Aiken (9), Allendale (1), Anderson (2), Barnwell (2), Beaufort (4), Berkeley (2), Calhoun (1), Charleston (19), Cherokee (4), Chester (3), Chesterfield (4), Colleton (3), Darlington (4), Dillon (1), Dorchester (5), Fairfield (4), Florence (20), Georgetown (3), Greenville (73), Greenwood (5), Hampton (1), Horry (22), Kershaw (6), Lancaster (5), Laurens (1), Lee (2), Lexington (13), Marion (2), Marlboro (2), Oconee (4), Orangeburg (12), Pickens (6), Richland (13), Saluda (3), Spartanburg (20), Sumter (2), Williamsburg (2), York (10)

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reported 312 new cases of COVID-19 and seven additional deaths.

This brings the total number of people confirmed to have COVID-19 in South Carolina to 11,861 and those who have died to 494 as of May 31. 

All seven new deaths were of elderly individuals from Anderson, Chester, Colleton, Darlington, Hampton, Marlboro, and York counties.

The number of new cases by county are listed below:

Abbeville (2), Aiken (2), Anderson (4), Beaufort (9), Berkeley (2), Calhoun (1), Charleston (12), Cherokee (3), Chesterfield (15), Colleton (4), Darlington (11), Dillon (3), Dorchester (2), Fairfield (2), Florence (11), Georgetown (1), Greenville (89), Greenwood (7), Hampton (1), Horry (15), Jasper (1), Kershaw (3), Lancaster (3), Lee (2), Lexington (11), Marion (1), Marlboro (10), Newberry (1), Orangeburg (9), Pickens (8), Richland (28), Spartanburg (23), Sumter (6), Williamsburg (3), York (7)

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reported 266 new cases of COVID-19 and 4 additional deaths.

This brings the total number of people confirmed to have COVID-19 in South Carolina to 11,394 and those who have died to 487 as of May 30. 

Three of the deaths occurred in elderly individuals from Clarendon (1) and Williamsburg (2) counties, and one of the deaths occurred in a middle-aged individual from Florence county.

The number of new cases by county are listed below.
Aiken (3), Bamberg (1), Barnwell (1), Beaufort (16), Berkeley (2), Calhoun (3), Charleston (23), Chester (12), Chesterfield (12), Clarendon (6), Colleton (8), Darlington (8), Dillon (6), Dorchester (3), Fairfield (6), Florence (6), Greenville (9), Greenwood (1), Horry (7), Jasper (2), Kershaw (5), Lancaster (1), Laurens (2), Lee (5), Lexington (29), Marlboro (12), Newberry (5), Orangeburg (13), Pickens (2), Richland (25), Saluda (2), Spartanburg (1), Sumter (13), Williamsburg (4), York (12)

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reported 331 new positive COVID-19 cases and 13 additional deaths. 

This brings the total number of people confirmed to have COVID-19 in South Carolina to 11,131 and those who have died to 483 as of May 29. 

The deaths occurred in 4 elderly individuals from Chesterfield (1), Fairfield (1), Greenville (1), and York (1) counties.

The number of new cases by county are listed below. 
Abbeville (2), Aiken (4), Anderson (3), Barnwell (1), Beaufort (5), Berkeley (3), Charleston (4), Chesterfield (2), Clarendon (1), Darlington (2), Dorchester (1), Edgefield (2), Florence (10), Greenville (20), Greenwood (17), Hampton (2), Horry (3), Kershaw (4), Laurens (3), Lee (2), Lancaster (2), Lexington (8), Marlboro (4), Newberry (2), Oconee (1), Orangeburg (1), Pickens (2), Richland (26), Saluda (2), Spartanburg (6), Sumter (2), Williamsburg (1), Union (1), York (7)

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reported 207 new positive COVID-19 cases and 20 additional deaths. This includes new cases in Aiken and Spartanburg. The report also includes a new death in Spartanburg.

This brings the total number of people confirmed to have COVID-19 in South Carolina to 10,623 and those who have died to 466 as of May 27. 

Seventeen deaths were of elderly individuals from Beaufort (1), Charleston (1), Colleton (2), Darlington (1), Fairfield (3), Florence (1), Horry (2), Lee (1), Orangeburg (1), Richland (3), and Spartanburg (1) counties. The other three were of middle-aged individuals from Beaufort, Colleton, and Lee counties.

The number of new cases by county are listed below:

Aiken (3), Anderson (1), Beaufort (5), Charleston (11), Chester (4), Chesterfield (8), Clarendon (3), Darlington (4), Dillon (3), Dorchester (8), Fairfield (3), Florence (9), Greenville (21), Greenwood (12), Horry (10), Kershaw (7), Lee (1), Lancaster (2), Lexington (9), Marion (1), Marlboro (11), Newberry (1), Oconee (1), Orangeburg (9), Pickens (1), Richland (17), Spartanburg (16), Sumter (11), Williamsburg (4), Union (1), York (10) 

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reported 253 new positive COVID-19 cases and six additional deaths. This includes new cases in Aiken, Saluda, and Spartanburg. The report also includes a new death in Spartanburg.

This brings the total number of people confirmed to have COVID-19 in South Carolina to 10,416 and those who have died to 446 as of May 26. 

Four of the new deaths were of elderly individuals from Fairfield, Florence, Greenville, and Spartanburg counties. The other two deaths were of middle-aged young adults from Greenville and Lexington counties.

The number of new cases by county are listed below:

Aiken (3), Anderson (3), Beaufort (9), Berkeley (1), Calhoun (1), Charleston (8), Cherokee (3), Chester (3), Chesterfield (9), Clarendon (2), Colleton (2), Darlington (8), Dillon (4), Dorchester (1), Florence (7), Georgetown (2), Greenville (46), Greenwood (10), Horry (5), Jasper (1), Kershaw (6), Lancaster (1), Laurens (1), Lee (9), Lexington (14), Marion (1), Marlboro (5), Newberry (2), Orangeburg (10), Pickens (3), Richland (21), Saluda (1), Spartanburg (36), Sumter (1), Union (3), Williamsburg (5), York (6)

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reported 90 new positive COVID-19 cases and five additional deaths. This includes new cases in Aiken, Edgefield, and Spartanburg.

This brings the total number of people confirmed to have COVID-19 in South Carolina to 10,178 and those who have died to 440 as of May 25.  

Four of the new deaths were of elderly individuals from Chesterfield, Darlington, Florence, and Lexington counties. The other death was a middle-aged person from Horry County.

The number of new cases by county are listed below:

Aiken (5), Bamberg (1), Charleston (5), Chester (1), Chesterfield (1), Darlington (1), Dillon (1), Edgefield (1), Fairfield (1), Florence (4), Georgetown (9), Greenville (19), Hampton (1), Horry (1), Lee (6), Lexington (5), Marion (1), Marlboro (1), Oconee (1), Orangeburg (3), Richland (7), Spartanburg (5), Sumter (1), Williamsburg (5), York (4)

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reported 209 new positive COVID-19 cases and 10 additional deaths. This includes new cases in Aiken County, Saluda, and Spartanburg.

This brings the total number of people confirmed to have COVID-19 in South Carolina to 10,096 and those who have died to 435 as of May 24.  

Nine of the new deaths were of elderly individuals from Clarendon (1), Greenville (2), Kershaw (1), Lexington (2), Spartanburg (1), Sumter (1), and Williamsburg (1) counties. The tenth death was of a middle-aged person from Greenville County.

The number of new cases by county are listed below:

Aiken (5), Anderson (1), Beaufort (5), Charleston (9), Cherokee (2), Chester (5), Chesterfield (2), Clarendon (4), Colleton (5), Darlington (2), Dorchester (5), Florence (16), Georgetown (4), Greenville (54), Hampton (2), Horry (6), Jasper (1), Kershaw (1), Laurens (1), Lee (4), Lexington (6), Marion (1), Marlboro (2), Newberry (2), Oconee (4), Orangeburg (4), Pickens (6), Richland (14), Saluda (2), Spartanburg (21), Sumter (2), Williamsburg (5), York (6)

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reported 248 new positive COVID-19 cases and six additional deaths. This includes new cases in Aiken County.

This brings the total number of people confirmed to have COVID-19 in South Carolina to 9,895 and those who have died to 425 as of May 23.  

Five deaths occurred in elderly individuals from Chesterfield (1), Florence (1), Marion (1), Richland (1), and York (1) counties, and one death occurred in a middle-aged individual from Clarendon County.

The number of new cases by county are listed below.
Aiken (2), Barnwell (2), Beaufort (22), Berkeley (3), Charleston (10), Cherokee (1), Chester (2), Chesterfield (11), Clarendon (1), Colleton (3), Darlington    (2), Dillon (2), Dorchester (11), Fairfield (3), Florence (15), Georgetown (2), Greenville (30), Greenwood (3), Horry (11), Jasper (2), Kershaw (10), Lancaster (1), Lee (4), Lexington (14), Marion (3), Marlboro (18), Oconee (1), Orangeburg (12), Pickens (4), Richland (14), Saluda (1), Spartanburg (10), Sumter (4), Williamsburg (9), York (5)

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reported 245 new positive COVID-19 cases and nine additional deaths. This includes new cases in Aiken, Edgefield, and McCormick.

This brings the total number of people confirmed to have COVID-19 in South Carolina to 9,638 and those who have died to 419 as of May 22.  

The three deaths occurred in elderly individuals from Spartanburg (2) and Jasper (1) counties.

The number of new cases by county are listed below.
Aiken (5), Anderson (4), Beaufort (8), Berkeley (2), Charleston (16), Cherokee (1), Chester (3), Chesterfield (10), Clarendon (1), Colleton (2), Darlington (2), Dillon (8), Dorchester (6), Edgefield (1), Fairfield (3), Florence (11), Georgetown (1), Greenville (17), Greenwood (3), Hampton (1), Horry (26), Jasper (2), Kershaw (6), Lancaster (4), Lee (4), Lexington (10), Marion (3), Marlboro (2), McCormick (1), Newberry (8), Oconee (1), Orangeburg (3), Pickens (6), Richland (28), Spartanburg (16), Sumter (8), Williamsburg (9), York (3)

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reported 199 new positive COVID-19 cases and nine additional deaths. This includes in cases in Aiken, Bamberg, and Edgefield 

This brings the total number of people confirmed to have COVID-19 in South Carolina to 9,379 and those who have died to 416 as of May 21.  

Six of the nine deaths occurred in elderly individuals from Clarendon (1), Darlington (1), Horry (1), Kershaw (1), Lee (1) and Spartanburg (1) counties. Three of the nine deaths occurred in middle-aged individuals from Dillon (1), Florence (1), and Lee (1) counties.

The number of new cases by county are listed below.

Aiken (1), Allendale (1), Anderson (5), Bamberg (2), Beaufort (2), Berkeley (4), Charleston (7), Chesterfield (3), Clarendon (4), Colleton (2), Darlington (8), Dillon (3), Dorchester (2), Edgefield (1), Fairfield (13), Florence (13), Greenville (27), Greenwood (4), Horry (13), Kershaw (6), Lancaster (8), Lee (3), Lexington (5), Marion (1), Marlboro (8), Newberry (2), Orangeburg (2), Pickens (5), Richland (13), Saluda (5), Spartanburg (6), Sumter (7), Williamsburg (6), York (7)

 

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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 The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reported 125 new positive COVID-19 cases and eight additional deaths. This includes in cases in Aiken and Edgefield.  

This brings the total number of people confirmed to have COVID-19 in South Carolina to 9,175 and those who have died to 407 as of May 20.  

All of the eight deaths occurred in elderly individuals from Clarendon (1), Colleton (4), Fairfield (1), Lexington (1), and Richland (1) counties.

The number of new cases by county are listed below.
Aiken (4), Anderson (3), Beaufort (5), Berkeley (2), Charleston (1), Chester (1), Chesterfield (4), Colleton (2), Darlington (5), Dillon (3), Dorchester (4), Edgefield (1), Fairfield (5), Florence (3), Georgetown (1), Greenville (14), Horry (8), Jasper (1), Kershaw (3), Lee (1), Lexington (6), Marion (2), Marlboro (3), Orangeburg (2), Pickens (3), Richland (17), Saluda (4), Spartanburg (3), Sumter (2), Williamsburg (2), York (10)

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reported 137 new positive COVID-19 cases and eight additional deaths. This includes new cases in Aiken, Bamberg, Barnwell, and Spartanburg.

This brings the total number of people confirmed to have COVID-19 in South Carolina to 9,056 and those who have died to 399 as of May 19.  

Six of the new deaths were of elderly individuals from Dillon (1), Greenville (4), and Lexington (1) counties. The other two were of middle-aged individuals from Cherokee and Horry counties.

The number of new cases by county are listed below:

Abbeville (1), Aiken (1), Anderson (6), Bamberg (1), Barnwell (2), Beaufort (5), Berkeley (1), Charleston (8), Cherokee (1), Chesterfield (3), Clarendon (3), Darlington (8), Dillon (1), Dorchester (1), Fairfield (6), Florence (6), Greenville (31), Greenwood (1), Horry (7), Kershaw (1), Lee (4), Lexington (7), Marion (1), Marlboro (1), Newberry (1), Orangeburg (2), Pickens (1), Richland (12), Spartanburg (4), Sumter (2), Williamsburg (3), York (5)

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reported 126 new positive COVID-19 cases and six additional deaths. 

This brings the total number of people confirmed to have COVID-19 in South Carolina to 8,942 and those who have died to 391 as of May 18.  

Four of the new deaths were of elderly individuals from Charleston (1), Clarendon (1), Lexington (1), and Williamsburg (1) counties. The other two deaths were of middle-aged individuals from Clarendon and Florence counties.

The number of new cases by county are listed below:

Aiken (1), Beaufort (2), Berkeley (2), Charleston (3), Cherokee (1), Chesterfield (2), Clarendon (4), Colleton (4), Darlington (4), Dillon (2), Dorchester (1), Fairfield (6), Florence (16), Greenville (20), Greenwood (2), Hampton (1), Horry (1), Jasper (1), Kershaw (5), Lee (6), Lexington (2), Marion (1), Marlboro (2), Newberry (2), Oconee (1), Orangeburg (1), Richland (12), Saluda (1), Spartanburg (7), Sumter (1), York (12) 

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reported 163 new positive COVID-19 cases and 5 additional deaths. 

This brings the total number of people confirmed to have COVID-19 in South Carolina to 8,816 and those who have died to 385 on May 17.  

Four of those deaths occurred in elderly individuals in Dillon (1), Horry (1), Richland (1) and Sumter (1) counties, and one death occurred in a middle-aged individual in Florence County (1).

The number of new cases by county are listed below.
Abbeville (1), Aiken (4), Allendale (2), Anderson (1), Bamberg (1), Beaufort (1), Charleston (4), Chester (1), Chesterfield (2), Clarendon (12), Colleton (1), Darlington (6), Dillon (5), Dorchester (2), Edgefield (1), Fairfield (2), Florence (5), Greenville (38), Horry (5), Kershaw (1), Lancaster (2), Lee (5), Lexington (9), Pickens (2), Richland (15), Saluda (8), Spartanburg (15), Sumter (8), Williamsburg (1), York (3)

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reported 276 new positive COVID-19 cases and no additional deaths. 

This brings the total number of people confirmed to have COVID-19 in South Carolina to 8,661 and those who have died to 380 on May 16.  

The number of new cases by county are listed below.
Aiken (13), Allendale (1), Anderson (4), Barnwell (1), Beaufort (3), Berkeley (2), Charleston (4), Chester (1), Chesterfield (2), Clarendon (3), Colleton (2), Darlington (18), Dillon (9), Dorchester (1), Edgefield (2), Fairfield (12), Florence (14), Georgetown (1), Greenville (38), Horry (10), Jasper (1), Kershaw (4), Lancaster (1), Lee (32), Lexington (10), Marion (3), Marlboro (2), Newberry (1), Orangeburg (4), Pickens (2), Richland (18), Saluda (17), Spartanburg (8), Sumter (10), Williamsburg (12), York (10).

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reported 232 new positive COVID-19 cases and nine additional deaths. 

This brings the total number of people confirmed to have COVID-19 in South Carolina to 8,407 and those who have died to 380 on May 15.  

Five of those deaths occurred in elderly individuals in Fairfield (2), Greenwood (1), Laurens (1), and Lexington (1) counties, and four of the deaths occurred in a middle-aged individual in Clarendon (2), Pickens (1) and Richland (1) counties.

The number of new cases by county are listed below.
Aiken (4), Anderson (10), Beaufort (2), Berkeley (1), Charleston (2), Chesterfield (5), Colleton (9), Darlington (4), Dillon (9), Dorchester (1), Fairfield (12), Florence (19), Greenville (16), Greenwood (1), Hampton (1), Horry (7), Lancaster (3), Laurens (3), Lee (1), Lexington (9), Marlboro (7), Oconee (2), Orangeburg (2), Pickens (1), Richland (14), Saluda (2), Spartanburg (4), Sumter (5), Williamsburg (8), York (8)

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

 

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reported 172 new positive COVID-19 cases and nine additional deaths. 

This brings the total number of people confirmed to have COVID-19 in South Carolina to 8,189 and those who have died to 371 on May 14. 

Five of those deaths occurred in elderly individuals in Fairfield (2), Greenwood (1), Laurens (1), and Lexington (1) counties, and four of the deaths occurred in a middle-aged individual in Clarendon (2), Pickens (1) and Richland (1) counties.

The number of new cases by county are listed below.
Aiken (4), Anderson (10), Beaufort (2), Berkeley (1), Charleston (2), Chesterfield (5), Colleton (9), Darlington (4), Dillon (9), Dorchester (1), Fairfield (12), Florence (19), Greenville (16), Greenwood (1), Hampton (1), Horry (7), Lancaster (3), Laurens (3), Lee (1), Lexington (9), Marlboro (7), Oconee (2), Orangeburg (2), Pickens (1), Richland (14), Saluda (2), Spartanburg (4), Sumter (5), Williamsburg (8), York (8)

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reported 133 new positive COVID-19 cases and seven additional deaths. This includes new cases in Aiken, Barnwell, and Edgefield. 

This brings the total number of people confirmed to have COVID-19 in South Carolina to 8,030 and those who have died to 362 on May 13. 

Five of those deaths occurred in elderly individuals in Clarendon (2), Florence (1), Lexington (1), and Richland (1) counties, and two of the deaths occurred in a middle-aged individual in Greenville (1) and Marion (1) counties.

The number of new cases by county are listed below.
Allendale (4), Aiken (9), Anderson (2), Barnwell (1), Beaufort (2), Berkeley (1), Charleston (3), Chesterfield (4), Colleton (1), Darlington (1), Dillon (3), Edgefield (2), Fairfield (1), Florence (8), Greenville (16), Greenwood (4), Horry (4), Kershaw (3), Lancaster (1), Laurens (1), Lee (3), Lexington (15), Marlboro (2), Orangeburg (1), Pickens (3), Richland (21), Saluda (1), Spartanburg (3), Sumter (2), Williamsburg (3), York (8)

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reported 147 new positive COVID-19 cases and nine additional deaths. This includes a new death and new cases in Aiken and Spartanburg, along with new cases in Allendale, Barnwell, and Saluda.

This brings the total number of people confirmed to have COVID-19 in South Carolina to 7,927 and those who have died to 355 as of May 12.

Eight of the new deaths were of elderly individuals in Darlington (2), Florence (1), Richland (2), Spartanburg (1), and Williamsburg (2) counties. The other death was a middle-aged person in Aiken County.

The number of new cases by county are listed below:

Aiken (4), Allendale (1), Anderson (3), Barnwell (2), Beaufort (2), Berkeley (2), Charleston (8), Clarendon (2), Dorchester (1), Fairfield (1), Florence (11), Georgetown (2), Greenville (33), Horry (2), Kershaw (2), Lancaster (4), Lee (3), Lexington (2), Marion (2), Oconee (2), Orangeburg (3), Pickens (3), Richland (23), Saluda (1), Spartanburg (5), Sumter (4), Williamsburg (4), York (15)

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reported 140 new positive COVID-19 cases and 15 additional deaths. This includes new cases in Aiken, Allendale, Saluda, and Spartanburg.

This brings the total number of people confirmed to have COVID-19 in South Carolina to 7,792 and those who have died to 346 as of May 11.

Of the 15 new deaths, 11 were of elderly individuals in Charleston (1), Clarendon (1), Florence (1), Hampton (1), Lancaster (1), Lexington (3), and Richland (3) counties. The other four deaths were of middle-aged individuals in Fairfield (1), Florence (2), and Sumter (1) counties.

The number of new cases by county are listed below:

Aiken (1), Allendale (1), Anderson (1), Beaufort (1), Berkeley (3), Charleston (10), Chester (3), Chesterfield (1), Clarendon (2), Darlington (5), Dillon (7), Dorchester (2), Fairfield (1), Florence (21), Georgetown (1), Greenville (13), Greenwood (1), Horry (5), Kershaw (4), Lancaster (1), Laurens (1), Lee (9), Lexington (6), Marion (1), Marlboro (2), Richland (19), Saluda (3), Spartanburg (3), Sumter (3), Union (1), Williamsburg (5), York (3)

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reported 113 new cases of the novel coronavirus COVID-19, and one additional death.

This brings the total number of people confirmed to have COVID-19 in South Carolina to 7,653 and those who have died to 331.

The death occurred in an elderly individual in Marion County.

The number of new cases by county are listed below.
Aiken (2), Allendale (1), Anderson (2), Bamberg (1), Beaufort (6), Charleston (1), Chesterfield (4), Clarendon (1), Darlington (1), Dillon (7), Dorchester (1), Florence (12), Greenville (13), Hampton (1), Horry (6), Jasper (2), Lancaster (5), Laurens (1), Lee (7), Lexington (4), Marion (1), Orangeburg (2), Pickens (5), Richland (15), Saluda (1), Spartanburg (7), Sumter (1), Williamsburg (2), York (1)

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reported 168 new cases of COVID-19, and 10 additional deaths.  

This brings the total number of  COVID-19 cases in South Carolina to 7,531 and the number of deaths to 330 as of May 9.

Eight deaths occurred in elderly individuals in Charleston (1), Clarendon (1), Greenville (1), Lexington (2), Richland (2), and Williamsburg (1) counties, and two deaths occurred in middle-aged individuals in Berkeley (1) and Fairfield (1) counties.

The number of new cases by county are listed below.
Aiken (4), Anderson (4), Bamberg (1), Barnwell (1), Berkeley (1), Calhoun (1), Charleston (3), Chesterfield (3), Clarendon (4), Darlington (2), Dillon (3), Edgefield (2), Fairfield (4), Florence (13), Georgetown (1), Greenville (43), Horry (5), Jasper (2), Kershaw (3), Lancaster (2), Lee (7), Lexington (9), Marion (3), Oconee (1), Pickens (4), Richland (28), Saluda (2), Spartanburg (4), Sumter (5), York (3)

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reported 238 new cases of COVID-19, and 4 additional deaths.  

This brings the total number of  COVID-19 cases in South Carolina to 7,367 and the number of deaths to 320 as of May 8.

The four deaths occurred in elderly individuals in Clarendon (1), Florence (1), and Greenville (2) counties.

The number of new cases by county are listed below.
Aiken (3), Allendale (3), Anderson (3), Barnwell (3), Beaufort (4), Berkeley (1), Charleston (16), Chester (4), Chesterfield (3), Clarendon (5), Darlington (14), Dillon (6), Dorchester (1), Fairfield (2), Florence (30), Greenville (31), Greenwood (2), Horry (9), Lancaster (3), Laurens (2), Lee (12), Lexington (12), Marion (1), Marlboro (1), Oconee (4), Orangeburg (4), Pickens (1), Richland (19), Saluda (1), Spartanburg (9), Sumter (4), Union (2), Williamsburg (15), York (8)

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reported 214 new cases of COVID-19, and 11 additional deaths.  

This brings the total number of  COVID-19 cases in South Carolina to 7,142 and the number of deaths to 316 as of May 7.

Seven of the 11 deaths occurred in elderly individuals in Darlington (1), Kershaw (2), Lexington (1), Richland (2), and Williamsburg (1) counties. Four of the deaths occurred in middle-aged individuals from Allendale (1), Fairfield (1), Richland (1) and Williamsburg (1) counties.

The number of new cases by county are listed below: 
Abbeville (1), Aiken (1), Allendale (1), Anderson (9), Barnwell (1), Berkeley (1), Charleston (4), Chester (1), Chesterfield (4), Cherokee (2), Clarendon (6), Darlington (5), Dillon (3), Dorchester (1), Edgefield (1), Fairfield (2), Florence (12), Georgetown (2), Greenville (36), Horry (4), Kershaw (5), Lancaster (3), Laurens (2), Lee (9), Lexington (18), Marion (2), Marlboro (2), Oconee (1), Pickens (1), Richland (29), Saluda (9), Spartanburg (7), Sumter (6), Union (1), Williamsburg (19), York (3)  

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

 

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reported 97 new cases of COVID-19, and 9 additional deaths. This includes a new case in Allendale, Bamberg, and Edgefield. 

This brings the total number of  COVID-19 cases in South Carolina to 6,936 and the number of deaths to 305 as of May 6.

All of those deaths occurred in elderly individuals in Allendale (1), Charleston (1), Florence (2), Lexington (1), Richland (2), Williamsburg (1), and York (1) counties.

The number of new cases by county are listed below:

Anderson (4), Bamberg (1), Barnwell (1), Beaufort (1), Berkeley (1), Charleston (1), Cherokee (1), Chesterfield (4), Clarendon (11), Darlington (3), Dorchester (2), Edgefield (3), Fairfield (4), Florence (5), Georgetown (2), Greenville (5), Greenwood (4), Horry (2), Kershaw (2), Lancaster (3), Lee (1), Lexington (8), Orangeburg (1), Richland (14), Saluda (2), Spartanburg (2), Sumter (1), Williamsburg (6), York (2)

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reported 93 new cases of COVID-19, and 13 additional deaths. This includes new cases in Allendale, Barnwell, Saluda, and Spartanburg.

This brings the total number of  COVID-19 cases in South Carolina to 6,841 and the number of deaths to 296 as of May 5.

Twelve of the new deaths were of elderly individuals in Beaufort (1), Berkeley (3), Charleston (1), Richland (5), Williamsburg (1), and York (1) counties. One death was of a middle-aged individual from Florence County.

The number of new cases by county are listed below:

Allendale (3), Anderson (1), Barnwell (2), Beaufort (1), Charleston (2), Chesterfield (1), Clarendon (5), Darlington (5), Fairfield (3), Florence (6), Greenville (3), Greenwood (2), Horry (6), Kershaw (2), Lancaster (1), Laurens (1), Lee (1), Lexington (11), Marion (1), Marlboro (1), Oconee (2), Orangeburg (3), Pickens (2), Richland (12), Saluda (2), Spartanburg (3), Sumter (7), Williamsburg (2), York (2)

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reported 135 new cases of COVID-19, and eight additional deaths. This includes new cases in: Allendale, Bamberg, McCormick, Saluda, and Spartanburg.

This brings the total number of  COVID-19 cases in South Carolina to 6,757 and the number of deaths to 283 as of May 4.

Of the eight new deaths, six of them were of elderly individuals in Clarendon (1), Greenville (2), Horry (1), and Richland (2) counties. The other two deaths occurred in middle-aged individuals from Clarendon and Marlboro counties.

The number of new cases by county are listed below:

Allendale (2), Bamberg (1), Berkeley (3), Charleston (8), Chesterfield (1), Cherokee (1), Clarendon (3), Darlington (4), Dillon (2), Florence (12), Georgetown (1), Greenville (30), Horry (4), Kershaw (1), Laurens (1), Lexington (12), Marion (3), Marlboro (2), McCormick (1), Oconee (1), Orangeburg (5), Pickens (1), Richland (13), Saluda (1), Spartanburg (7), Sumter (13), Williamsburg (1), York (1) 

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reported 141 new cases of COVID-19, and 8 additional deaths. 

This brings the total number of  COVID-19 cases in South Carolina to 6,626 and the number of deaths to 275 as of May 3.

The eight deaths occurred in elderly individuals from Berkeley (1), Clarendon (1), Greenville (1), Horry (1), Lexington (1), Richland (2), and Spartanburg (1) counties.

The number of new cases by county are listed below: 


Abbeville (2), Aiken (3), Allendale (1), Anderson (2), Barnwell (1), Berkeley (1), Charleston (2), Chester (2), Clarendon (11), Darlington (5), Dillon (5), Dorchester (1), Edgefield (1), Fairfield (26), Florence (7), Georgetown (1), Greenville (9), Greenwood (2), Horry (3), Kershaw (2), Lancaster (1), Lexington (9), Marlboro (1), Newberry (2), Oconee (1), Orangeburg (6), Richland (18), Saluda (3), Spartanburg (6), Sumter (3), Williamsburg (2), York (2)

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reported 226 new cases of COVID-19, and 11 additional deaths. This includes one new death in Edgefield County and new cases in: Aiken, Bamberg, Barnwell, Edgefield, Saluda, and Spartanburg.

This brings the total number of  COVID-19 cases in South Carolina to 6,489 and the number of deaths to 267 as of May 2.

Of the 11 new deaths, nine were of elderly individuals from Edgefield (1), Florence (1), Greenville (1), Laurens (1), Lee (1), Lexington (1), and Richland (3) counties. The other two deaths were of middle-aged individuals from Richland and Sumter counties.

The number of new cases by county are listed below: 

Aiken (4), Anderson (5), Bamberg (2), Barnwell (1), Beaufort (1), Charleston (3), Chester (2), Chesterfield (1), Clarendon (4), Darlington (5), Dillon (13), Dorchester (1), Edgefield (2), Fairfield (5), Florence (4), Georgetown (1), Greenville (20), Greenwood (4), Kershaw (6), Lancaster (1), Lee (2), Lexington (43), Marion (1), Marlboro (3), Newberry (1), Orangeburg (4), Richland (33), Saluda (11), Spartanburg (8), Sumter (18), Williamsburg (12), York (5)

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) today announced 160 new cases of the novel coronavirus COVID-19, and 12 additional deaths were reported to DHEC.

This brings the total number of  COVID-19 cases in South Carolina to 6,258 and the number of deaths to 256.

Eleven of the deaths occurred in elderly individuals from Greenville (1), Clarendon (3), Florence (1), Horry (1), Orangeburg (1), Richland (1), Spartanburg (1), and Williamsburg (2) counties. One occurred in a middle-aged individual from Spartanburg (1) county.

The number of new cases by county are listed below.
Aiken (2), Allendale (1), Anderson (3), Barnwell (1), Beaufort (6), Berkeley (2), Charleston (6), Chesterfield (7), Clarendon (4), Colleton (6), Darlington (4), Dillon (2), Dorchester (3), Florence (21), Greenville (11), Hampton (3), Horry (8), Jasper (2), Lancaster (3), Lee (2), Lexington (9), Marion (2), Marlboro (1), Newberry (1), Orangeburg (5), Pickens (3), Richland (16), Saluda (4), Spartanburg (6), Sumter (2), Williamsburg (9), York (5)

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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 The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) today announced 220 new cases of the novel coronavirus COVID-19, and 12 additional deaths were reported to DHEC.

This brings the total number of  COVID-19 cases in South Carolina to 6,095 and the number of deaths to 244.

Nine of the deaths occurred in elderly individuals from Anderson (1), Chesterfield (1), Clarendon (1), Florence (1), Greenville (2), Lexington (2), and Richland (1) counties. Three occurred in middle-aged individuals from Anderson (1), Greenville (1), and Richland (1) counties.

The number of new cases by county are listed below.
Abbeville (1), Aiken (2), Anderson (3), Bamberg (1), Barnwell (3), Beaufort (1), Berkeley (6), Calhoun (1), Charleston (3), Cherokee (2), Chester (3), Chesterfield (3), Clarendon (9), Colleton (1), Darlington (13), Dillon (5), Dorchester (3), Fairfield (2), Florence (16), Georgetown (3), Greenville (36), Greenwood (3), Horry (4), Kershaw (3), Lancaster (3), Lee (5), Lexington (7), Marion (1), Marlboro (2), Newberry (2), Orangeburg (4), Pickens (1), Richland (16), Saluda (6), Spartanburg (25), Sumter (5), Union (1), Williamsburg (2), York (13)

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) announced 130 new cases of COVID-19 and 11 additional deaths on Wednesday, April 29. 

This now brings the total number of COVID-19 cases in South Carolina to 5,881 and the number of deaths to 203.

Six of the deaths occurred in elderly individuals in Beaufort (1), Berkeley (1), Clarendon (2), and Greenville (2) counties. Five deaths occurred in middle-aged individuals in Clarendon (1), Florence (2), Greenville (1), and Richland (1) counties.

The number of new cases by county are listed below.

Aiken (3), Anderson (6), Barnwell (1), Beaufort (2), Chesterfield (1), Clarendon (9), Darlington (3), Dillon (3), Edgefield (3), Fairfield (1), Florence (9), Greenville (26), Greenwood (2), Kershaw (4), Lancaster (3), Lexington (9), Marlboro (1), Orangeburg (3), Richland (20), Spartanburg (5), Sumter (3), Williamsburg (4), York (9)

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) announced 123 new cases of COVID-19 and 15 additional deaths on Tuesday, April 28. This includes new cases in: Aiken, Allendale, Barnwell, Bamberg, Edgefield, Saluda, and Spartanburg.

This now brings the total number of COVID-19 cases in South Carolina to 5,735 and the number of deaths to 192.

Fourteen of the new deaths were of elderly individuals in Berkeley (1), Charleston (1), Clarendon (1), Darlington (1), Greenville (2), Horry (3), Lancaster (1), Lee (1), Richland (2), and Sumter (1) counties. The other death was of a middle-aged individual from Clarendon County.

The number of new cases by county are listed below:

Aiken (2), Allendale (2), Anderson (2), Barnwell (2), Bamberg (1), Beaufort (5), Berkeley (1), Charleston 4, Chesterfield (1), Clarendon (9), Darlington (3), Edgefield (1), Florence (5), Georgetown (1), Greenville (11), Greenwood (2), Horry (5), Kershaw (6), Lancaster (2), Laurens (2), Lee (3), Lexington (12), Marlboro (1), Orangeburg (4), Richland (24), Saluda (2), Spartanburg (2), Sumter (5), Williamsburg (1), York (2) DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) announced 142 new cases of COVID-19 and three additional deaths on Monday, April 27. This includes new cases in Aiken, Edgefield, Saluda, and Spartanburg.

This now brings the total number of COVID-19 cases in South Carolina to 5,613 and the number of deaths to 177.

The new deaths were of elderly individuals from Florence, Clarendon, and Greenville counties.

The number of new cases by county are listed below.

Abbeville (2), Aiken (3), Anderson (4), Beaufort (1), Cherokee (1), Chesterfield (2), Clarendon (4), Darlington (3), Dillon (3), Dorchester (2), Edgefield (1), Fairfield (7), Greenville (44)*, Greenwood (1), Hampton (1), Horry (7), Kershaw (5), Lancaster (1), Laurens (6), Lee (4), Lexington (5), Marion (1), Marlboro (1), Oconee (2), Pickens (4), Richland (5), Saluda (5), Spartanburg (6), Sumter (2), Williamsburg (4), York (5)

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) announced 237 new cases of COVID-19 and eight additional deaths on Sunday, April 26. 

This now brings the total number of COVID-19 cases in South Carolina to 5,490 and the number of deaths to 174.

The deaths occurred in six elderly individuals from:  Clarendon (2), Darlington (1), Greenville (2), and Richland (1) counties, and two middle-aged individuals from Colleton (1) and Greenville (1) counties.

The number of new cases by county are listed below.
Abbeville (3), Anderson (7), Bamberg (1), Barnwell (1), Beaufort (2), Berkeley (1), Charleston (10), Clarendon (8), Darlington (1), Dillon (6), Dorchester (1), Edgefield (1), Fairfield (4), Florence (24), Greenville (43), Greenwood (1), Horry (2), Jasper (2), Kershaw (3), Lancaster (3), Laurens (7), Lexington (12), Marion (3), Marlboro (2), Newberry (1), Oconee (2), Orangeburg (1), Pickens (5), Richland (50), Saluda (7), Spartanburg (7), Sumter (1), Williamsburg (11), York (4)

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) announced 180 new cases of COVID-19 and nine additional deaths on Saturday, April 25. 

This now brings the total number of COVID-19 cases in South Carolina to 5,253 and the number of deaths to 166.

One previously reported death of an individual from Florence County has been confirmed and added back into the state’s total number of deaths.

The deaths occurred in eight elderly individuals from Berkeley (2), Colleton (1), Florence (2*), Greenville (1), Orangeburg (1), Richland (1), and one middle-aged individual from Lee county (1).

The number of new cases by county are listed below: 


Aiken (2), Barnwell (3), Beaufort (9), Berkeley (19), Charleston (8), Cherokee (1), Chesterfield (4), Clarendon (9), Colleton (2), Darlington (4), Dillon (1), Dorchester (2), Edgefield (1), Fairfield (1), Florence (16), Georgetown (2), Greenville (6), Greenwood (2), Horry (3), Kershaw (4), Lancaster (5), Lee (3), Lexington (18), Marion (5), Marlboro (3), Orangeburg (3), Richland (20), Saluda (5), Spartanburg (5), Sumter (3), Williamsburg (7), York (4)

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) announced 168 new cases of COVID-19 and eight additional deaths on Friday, April 24. 

This now brings the total number of COVID-19 cases in South Carolina to 5,070 and the number of deaths to 157.

The deaths occurred in six elderly individuals from Aiken (1), Beaufort (1), Charleston (1), Dorchester (1), Greenville (1), and Kershaw (1) counties, and two middle-aged individuals from Greenville (1) and Lexington (1) counties. 

The number of new cases by county are listed below:

Aiken (1), Abbeville (1), Allendale (1), Anderson (3), Beaufort (3), Berkeley (10), Charleston (5), Chesterfield (1), Clarendon (12), Colleton (1), Darlington (8), Dillon (6), Dorchester (1), Edgefield (1), Fairfield (1), Florence (34), Georgetown (1), Greenville (8), Greenwood (1), Horry (2), Jasper (2), Kershaw (2), Lancaster (1), Lee (3), Lexington (8), Marion (2), Marlboro (2), Newberry (1) Orangeburg (1), Richland (29), Saluda (4), Spartanburg (3), Sumter (2), Williamsburg (5), York (2)

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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 The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) announced 161 new cases of COVID-19 and ten additional deaths on Thursday, April 23. 

This now brings the total number of COVID-19 cases in South Carolina to 4,917 and the number of deaths to 150. 

The deaths occurred in seven elderly individuals from Allendale (1), Fairfield (2), Lexington (2), Richland (1) and Spartanburg (1) counties, and three middle-aged individuals from Aiken (1), Anderson (1), and Richland (1) counties.

The number of new cases by county are listed below:

Abbeville (1), Aiken (2), Allendale (1), Anderson (3), Barnwell (2), Beaufort (5), Berkeley (10), Charleston (7), Chester (1), Chesterfield (2), Clarendon (12), Darlington (8), Dillon (5), Fairfield (1), Florence (19), Georgetown (1), Greenville (22), Horry (6), Kershaw (2), Lee (3), Lexington (8), Marlboro (1), Oconee (1), Orangeburg (2), Pickens (3), Richland (11), Saluda (1), Spartanburg (8), Sumter (1), Williamsburg (6), York (6)

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) announced 160 new cases of COVID-19 and five additional deaths on Wednesday, April 22. 

This now brings the total number of COVID-19 cases in South Carolina to 4,761 and the number of deaths to 140. 

Three deaths occurred in elderly individuals from Berkeley (1)  Clarendon (1), and Richland (1) counties. Two deaths occurred in middle-aged individuals from Greenville (1) and Spartanburg (1) counties.

The number of new cases by county are listed below:

Abbeville (4), Aiken (12), Anderson (3), Barnwell (2), Beaufort (3), Berkeley (1), Charleston (3), Clarendon (11), Darlington (7), Edgefield (4), Florence (15), Georgetown (2), Greenville (19), Greenwood (1), Horry (3), Kershaw (2), Lancaster (1), Lexington (5), Marion (3), Marlboro (2), Orangeburg (2), Richland (34), Saluda (6), Spartanburg (2), Sumter (8), Williamsburg (1), York (4). 

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) announced 172 new cases of COVID-19 and 11 additional deaths on Tuesday, April 21, including new cases in Aiken and Edgefield counties.

This now brings the total number of COVID-19 cases in South Carolina to 4,608 and the number of deaths to 135. 

All 11 deaths were of elderly individuals. They resided in Beaufort (3), Berkeley (2), Charleston (2), Clarendon (1), Colleton (1), Greenville (1), and Spartanburg (1).

The number of new cases by county are listed below:

Abbeville (1), Aiken (1), Anderson (2), Beaufort (8), Berkeley (4), Charleston (12), Chesterfield (1), Clarendon (6), Darlington (8), Dillon (1), Dorchester (2), Edgefield (5), Fairfield (1), Florence (15), Greenville (17), Greenwood (3), Horry (3), Kershaw (2), Lexington (12), Marion (4), Newberry (2), Oconee (2), Orangeburg (5), Pickens (3), Richland (30), Spartanburg (5), Sumter (14), York (3). 

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) announced 64 new cases of COVID-19 and four additional deaths on Monday, April 20, including one new death in Edgefield County.

This now brings the total number of COVID-19 cases in South Carolina to 4,439 and the number of deaths to 124.

Two of the new deaths were from elderly individuals, one with underlying health conditions and one with no known underlying health conditions from Lancaster and Kershaw counties. The other two deaths were from middle-aged individuals, one with underlying health conditions and one with no known underlying health conditions from Edgefield and Clarendon counties.

The number of new cases by county are listed below:

Aiken (1), Anderson (2), Barnwell (1), Beaufort (1), Charleston (2), Cherokee (1), Clarendon (8), 
Darlington (5), Dillon (2), Florence (4), Greenville (5), Horry (1), Kershaw    (3), Lexington (4), Marlboro (1), 
Orangeburg (1), Richland (4), Spartanburg (7), Sumter (3), Williamsburg (4), York (4)

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) announced 136 new cases of COVID-19 and one additional death as of Sunday, April 19, including new cases in Aiken, Edgefield and Saluda.

This now brings the total number of COVID-19 cases in South Carolina to 4,377 and the number of deaths to 120. Of the new cases, two are from Aiken, one from Edgefield and two from Saluda.

The death occurred in a middle-aged individual with no known underlying health conditions from Jasper County.

The number of new cases by county are listed below:

Abbeville (2), Aiken (2), Anderson (2), Beaufort (6), Berkeley (8), Charleston (5), Chester (1), Chesterfield (1), Clarendon (3), Darlington (6), Dillon (3), Dorchester (4), Edgefield (1), Florence (22), Georgetown (1), Greenville (5), Greenwood (2), Horry (9), Kershaw (2), Lancaster (6), Laurens (1), Lee (2), Lexington (3), Marion (2), Marlboro (3), Orangeburg (2),Pickens (1), Richland (25), Saluda (2), Spartanburg (2), Williamsburg (1), York (1)

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) announced 165 new cases of COVID-19, including 3 additional deaths as of Saturday, April 18.

This now brings the total number of COVID-19 cases in South Carolina to 4,246  and the number to deaths to 119. 

Of those 3 deaths, two were elderly individuals with underlying health conditions from Horry County (2). One was a middle-aged individual with no known underlying health conditions who was from Aiken County (1).  

The number of new cases by county are listed below: 

Abbeville (5), Aiken (1), Anderson (7), Beaufort (6), Berkeley (2), Chesterfield (4), Clarendon (3), Colleton (2), Darlington (7), Dillion (6), Dorchester (2), Edgefield (1), Florence (7), Greenville (38), Greenwood (2), Hampton (2), Horry (8), Jasper (1), Kershaw (5), Lexington (17), McCormick (1), Oconee (2), Pickens (2), Richland (15), Saluda (1), Spartanburg (7), Sumter (5), Williamsburg (1), York (5)

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) announced 163 new cases of COVID-19, including 7 additional deaths as of Friday, April 17.

This now brings the total number of COVID-19 cases in South Carolina to 4,086  and the number to deaths to 116. 

Of those 7 deaths, three were elderly individuals with underlying health conditions from Florence (1), Richland (1), and Lexington (1) counties. Three were elderly individuals with no reported underlying conditions from Berkeley (1), Lee (1), and Horry (1) counties. One was a middle-aged individual with no reported underlying health conditions from Sumter County (1).  

The number of new cases by county are listed below: 

Aiken (3), Anderson (6), Beaufort (8), Berkeley (5), Calhoun (1), Charleston (6), Cherokee (1), Chesterfield (2), Clarendon (8), Darlington (3), Dillon (1), Dorchester (6), Florence (19), Georgetown (1), Greenville (10), Greenwood (1), Hampton (3), Horry (11), Jasper (1), Kershaw (2), Lancaster (2), Laurens (1), Lee (5), Lexington (8), Marion (6), Marlboro (6), Newberry (1), Orangeburg (1), Richland (15), Spartanburg (6), Sumter (9), Williamsburg (1), York (4)

 DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) announced 276 new cases of COVID-19, including 2 additional deaths as of Thursday, April 16.

This now brings the total number of COVID-19 cases in South Carolina to 3,931  and the number to deaths to 109. Nine of the new cases are from Aiken and one from McCormick.

Both deaths occurred in elderly individuals who have no known underlying health conditions who were from Lee County. 

The number of counties is listed below: 
Aiken (3), Anderson (7), Beaufort (3), Berkeley (16), Charleston (23), Cherokee (3), Chesterfield (1) Clarendon (6), Darlington (5), Dillon (3), Dorchester (1), Fairfield (1), Florence (16), Georgetown (1), Greenville (33), Greenwood (12), Hampton (3), Horry (5), Kershaw (4), Laurens (4), Lee (1), Lancaster (2), Lexington (52), Marlboro (4), McCormick (1), Newberry (6), Orangeburg (2), Pickens (2), Richland (29), Spartanburg (8), Sumter (7), York (12).

 DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

 

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) announced 105 new cases of COVID-19, including 10 additional deaths as of Wednesday, April 15.

This now brings the total number of COVID-19 cases in South Carolina to 3,656  and the number to deaths to 107. Nine of the new cases are from Aiken and one from McCormick.

Of those 10 deaths, seven were elderly individuals with underlying health conditions from Colleton (1), Georgetown (1), Greenville (1), Kershaw (2), Lancaster (1), and Spartanburg (1) counties; one was an elderly individual from McCormick County (1) whose health conditions are still under investigation; and two were middle-aged individuals with underlying health conditions from Richland (1) and Sumter (1) counties.

 DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) announced 115 new cases of COVID-19, including 10 additional deaths as of Tuesday, April 14.

This now brings the total number of COVID-19 cases in South Carolina to 3,553 and the number to deaths to 97. Nine of the new cases are from Aiken and one from McCormick.

Of the 10 new deaths, eight were elderly with underlying health conditions from Aiken (1), Berkeley (2), Clarendon (2), Lancaster (1), Lexington (2) counties. Another death was an elderly individual from Richland County who's health conditions are still under investigation. The tenth death was a middle-aged individual with underlying health conditions from Horry County.

 DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) announced 127 new cases of COVID-19, including five additional deaths as of Monday, April 13.

This now brings the total number of COVID-19 cases in South Carolina to 3,439 and the number to deaths to 87. One of the new cases came from Aiken.

All five new deaths were elderly individuals with underlying health conditions. They resided in Aiken, Beaufort, Greenville (2), and Kershaw counties.

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) announced 113 new cases of COVID-19, including two additional deaths as of Sunday, April 12.

This now brings the total number of COVID-19 cases in South Carolina to 3,319 and the number to deaths to 82. One of the new cases came from Allendale County.

One of the new deaths was an elderly individual and the other a middle-aged individual, both with underlying health conditions. They resided in Charleston and Greenville counties.

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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As of Saturday, April 11, the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) announced 144 new cases of COVID-19, including eight additional deaths. 

This now brings the total number of COVID-19 cases in South Carolina to 3,207 and the number to deaths to 80. Two of the new cases are in Aiken and two more are from Bamberg.

The additional deaths occurred in five elderly individuals with underlying health conditions from Beaufort, Clarendon, Florence, Kershaw, and York counties. Two of the additional deaths were middle-aged individuals with underlying health conditions from Greenville and Sumter counties. The other death was another elderly individual from Dorchester County who's death is still under investigation for any underlying conditions.

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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As of Friday, April 10, the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) announced 274 new cases of COVID-19, including five additional deaths. 

This now brings the total number of COVID-19 cases in South Carolina to 3,065 and the number to deaths to 72. Six of the new cases are from Aiken, one is from Barnwell, and four are from Edgefield.

The additional deaths occurred in three middle-aged individuals with underlying health conditions and two elderly patients with underlying health conditions. They resided in Berkeley, Florence, and Greenville (3) counties.

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) announced 241 new cases of COVID-19, including four additional deaths. 

This now brings the total number of COVID-19 cases in South Carolina to 2,792 and the number to deaths to 67 as of Thursday, April 9. 

The additional deaths occurred in four elderly patients with underlying health conditions. The elderly individuals were residents from Anderson (1), Beaufort (1), Lexington (1), and Lee (1) counties.

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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An additional 12 people are dead due to the coronavirus, according to the South Carolina Department of Health.

As of Wednesday, April 8, the state has a total of 63 coronavirus-related deaths and 2,552 positive cases. Four of the new cases are from Aiken.

Ten of the new deaths were elderly individuals and two were middle-aged patients all with underlying health conditions. The elderly individuals were residents from Horry (1), Kershaw (1), Laurens (1), McCormick (1), Newberry (1), Richland (2), and Spartanburg (3) counties. The middle-aged individuals were residents from Clarendon and Richland counties.  

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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Three more people have died due to the coronavirus, according to the South Carolina Department of Health.

As of Tuesday, April 7, the state has a total of 51 coronavirus-related deaths and 2,417 positive cases. Two of these new cases are from Aiken and Saluda counties.

The three new deaths were elderly individuals with underlying health issues. They were residents from Greenville (1) and Lexington (2) counties.

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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South Carolina Department of Health confirmed four additional coronavirus-related deaths.

As of Monday, April 6, the state has 48 total deaths caused by the virus and 2,232 positive cases.

The four new deaths were all elderly with underlying health conditions. They were residents of Anderson, Horry, Richland, and Spartanburg counties. 

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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South Carolina Department of Health confirmed six additional coronavirus-related deaths.

As of Saturday, April 4, the state has 40 total deaths caused by the virus and 1,917 positive cases.

The six new deaths were all elderly with underlying health conditions. Two were from Lexington County, and the others resided in Beaufort, Georgetown, Richland, and York counties.

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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As of Friday, April 3 the South Carolina Department of Health reports that there are now 34 deaths and 1,700 positive cases due to COVID-19. 

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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South Carolina DHEC reported four more deaths caused by COVID-19 bringing the state's total number of deaths to 26.

The four patients were elderly individuals who had underlying health conditions. They were residents of Anderson, Beaufort, Lee, and Richland counties.

DHEC reported a total of 1,293 confirmed positive cases in 43 counties.

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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(March 31) South Carolina DHEC reported four more deaths caused by COVID-19 bringing the state's total number of deaths to 22.

One of those patients was a middle-aged individual with no underlying health conditions. The other three were elderly individuals who had underlying health conditions. They were residents of Aiken, Calhoun, Marion, and York counties.

DHEC reported a total of 1,083 confirmed positive cases in 42 counties.

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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(March 30) South Carolina DHEC reported two more deaths caused by COVID-19 bringing the state's total number of deaths to 18.

Both patients were elderly individuals with underlying health conditions. They were from Beaufort and Anderson County.

DHEC reported a total of 925 confirmed positive cases in 41 counties.

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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(March 28) South Carolina DHEC reported two more deaths caused by COVID-19 bringing the state's total number of deaths to 15.

Both patients were elderly individuals with underlying health conditions. They were from Richland and Horry County.

DHEC reported a total of 660 confirmed positive cases in 40 counties.

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

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(March 27) South Carolina DHEC has announced four additional deaths related to COVID-19. This now brings the total number of deaths in the state to 13. 

The patients were all said to be elderly and are from Richland, Kershaew, Greenville, and Florence counties. DHEC is also investigating 86 additional cases of COVID-19. Three previously reported cases were determined during case investigations to be residents of other states. This brings the total number statewide to 539 cases in 39 counties. 

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(March 26) South Carolina DHEC has now announced two additional deaths related to COVID-19. This now brings the states total number of deaths to nine. 

One patient was an elderly person from Kershaw County who had underlying conditions. The second was an elderly person from Kershaw County who also had underlying health conditions. 

DHEC says they are now investigating 32 additional cases of COVID-19. This brings the total number to 456 cases in 39 counties in the state. 

DHEC’s COVID-19 webpage is updated daily with a map of positive cases as well as the most current recommendations for protecting against COVID-19.

 

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(March 25) South Carolina DHEC are now reporting the state has 424 positive COVID-19 cases in 39 counties.

They also report that two cases have been removed, one from Lexington County and one from Lancaster County, after it was found those individuals who tested positive reside in another state.

You can keep up with the latest COVID-19 updates on South Carolina DHEC's website.

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(March 24) South Carolina DHEC confirmed 44 more cases today, bringing the new total of positive COVID-19 cases in the state to 342. 

These cases are in 36 counties, including one in Aiken.

DHEC also reported two additional deaths related to the coronavirus, bringing their total to seven. They said one was an elderly person in Florence County who had underlying health issues, and the other was an elderly person from Horry County with no underlying health issues.

You can keep up with the latest COVID-19 updates on South Carolina DHEC's website.

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(March 23) South Carolina DHEC reported two additional COVID-19 deaths, bringing the total confirmed coronavirus-related deaths to five.

They reported 298 confirmed tests in 34 counties.

You can keep up with the latest COVID-19 updates on South Carolina DHEC's website.

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(March 16) South Carolina officials have confirmed the state's first COVID-19 death. 

Governor Henry McMaster tweeted on Monday, Mar. 16 "We are saddened by the news of the first death in South Carolina due to COVID-19"

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