Free COVID-19 testing coming to CARTA hubs

  January 27, 2021

The Charleston Area Regional Transportation Authority (CARTA) and the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) will partner to offer Covid-19 testing at two of the transit system’s…

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S.C. Institute of Medicine and Public Health and DHEC release COVID-19 2020 Summary Report

  January 27, 2021

Report explores the impact of the coronavirus on South Carolina since March 2020 The South Carolina Institute of Medicine and Public Health (IMPH) and the South Carolina Department of Health…

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COVID-19 Testing at Presbyterian College on January 26th

  January 25, 2021

With the recent spikes in reported cases across the state of South Carolina, testing sites are popping up to provide local COVID-19 testing. In Laurens County, people wanting to be…

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COVID-19 Testing Sites in Laurens County

  January 18, 2021

With the recent spikes in reported cases across the state of South Carolina, testing sites are popping up to provide local COVID-19 testing. In Laurens County, the following sites will…

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Governor Henry McMaster tests positive for COVID-19

  December 22, 2020

  Gov. McMaster is experiencing mild symptoms, isolating with the First Lady at home After undergoing routine testing due to coming into close contact with the COVID-19 virus, Governor Henry…

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First Lady Peggy McMaster tests positive for COVID-19

  December 21, 2020

Gov. Henry McMaster Tests Negative, Both are Following Appropriate Public Health Guidelines After taking a precautionary, routine test on Thursday afternoon, First Lady Peggy McMaster was notified this morning that…

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South Carolina public health officials provide COVID-19 vaccine update

  December 14, 2020

High Risk Hospital Workers and Long-Term Care Facility Residents and Staff Prioritized The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) announced that South Carolina received its first COVID-19…

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South Carolina public health officials provide COVID-19 vaccine update

  December 14, 2020

High Risk Hospital Workers and Long-Term Care Facility Residents and Staff Prioritized The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) today announced that South Carolina received its first…

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CCSD now has two methods to test for COVID-19

  December 3, 2020

Charleston County School District will have the availability of two methods to test for COVID-19 at every school as soon as next week. A saliva test has been made possible…

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COVID-19 Rapid Testing for South Carolina Public Schools

  November 26, 2020

The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) and South Carolina Department of Education (SCDE) have been working collaboratively to implement a COVID-19 rapid testing option for South…

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South Carolina sees increased COVID-19 testing in advance of Thanksgiving; Masks and social distancing remain key in stopping disease spread

  November 24, 2020

As South Carolina continues to ramp up testing opportunities and capacity at locations across the state to meet holiday testing demand, state public health officials urge South Carolinians to remain…

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