Coronavirus outbreak in South Carolina – updated information here

  June 17, 2021

Updated June 17, 2021  The links provided below are updated regularly as information becomes available. Keep checking back here for updates. Latest SC Data (June 17, 2021) SC Demographic Data…

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Free Covid-19 vaccine clinic at St. John’s High School

  June 9, 2021

Shifa Clinic, Charleston County School District and Barrier Island Free Medical Clinic, in cooperation with the City of Charleston and the Latinx Advisory Council/Office of the Mayor, are sponsoring a…

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At Long Last: South Carolina Passes COVID-19 Liability Immunity

  May 5, 2021

By Brittany Clark Employment and Labor Law Associate On April 28, 2021, Gov. Henry McMaster signed South Carolina’s COVID-19 Liability Immunity Act into law.  The state’s employers will now have…

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Chernoff Newman honored for public relations work during COVID-19

  May 3, 2021

The South Carolina Chapter of Public Relations Society of America (SCPRSA) awarded Chernoff Newman with four Mercury Award of Merits during the 2020 Mercury Awards on Thursday, April 29, 2021.…

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What is Normal Anyway?

  April 28, 2021

By Amy Coward   Back to normal. What does that even mean? We’re slowly stepping off the wild ride of COVD-19 on the other side and do we even know…

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Councilmembers team up to help distribute COVID-19 vaccine

  April 21, 2021

Richland County Councilmembers Gretchen Barron, Jesica Mackey, Derrek Pugh and Overture Walker are partnering with statewide elected officials to hold three vaccine clinics later this month in Northeast Richland. The…

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PC Pharmacy School now administering COVID vaccinations

  April 18, 2021

Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy Wellness Center is an approved COVID-19 vaccine provider and is now scheduling appointments for the public on select days. Anyone 18+ who meets the criteria…

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AFP Central Carolina chapter to host corporate panel, April 15th

  April 14, 2021

Tomorrow, April 15th at 12 noon join the Association of Fundraising Professionals of Central Carolina for an engaging panel featuring business sector leaders sharing how their giving priorities have shifted…

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IMPH releases fourth report on the impact of COVID-19 policy actions

  April 7, 2021

Over the past year, the South Carolina Institute of Medicine and Public Health (IMPH) and the North Carolina Institute of Medicine (NCIOM) have jointly monitored state and federal actions that…

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COVID Costs PC Several Sports Events

  February 25, 2021

Presbyterian College had its women’s basketball schedule changed twice, and its status for next week is unknown. Softball canceled six weekend games. COVID-19 continues to exert considerable influence on sporting events…

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First Dentist Vaccinates

  February 10, 2021

Kassidy Wolfe, DMD became the first dentist in South Carolina to administer the COVID-19 vaccine as part of Prisma Health – Midlands’ Phase 1a distribution at Gamecock Park in Columbia…

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South Carolinians aged 65 and older can schedule COVID-19 vaccine appointments beginning Monday, February 8

  February 3, 2021

Find a location accepting vaccine appointments near you at scdhec.gov/vaxlocator Governor Henry McMaster and the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) today announced that beginning Monday, February 8, any…

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