“May you live in interesting times.” There is some dispute over the origin of this particular saying but, dispute or not, we are here. The coronavirus which has been active in China over the l…
U.S. Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) released the statement below regarding COVID-19 legislation passed by the U.S. Senate today.
A patient at the Summerville Medical Center has tested positive for the coronavirus, Trident Health officials said. The new case brings South Carolina’s total to 48 cases in 14 counties.
In South Carolina, many major public colleges are extending spring break and advising students to avoid campus if possible. Many others are ramping up efforts to switch to online learning to continue instruction in case campus is closed long-term.
Health officials have been crystal clear that the new coronavirus poses the greatest threat to the elderly. And given 26 people have died as of Wednesday night at a long-term care facility in Washington state where coronavirus spread, all nursing homes and assisted living facilities are on high alert.
The NCAA Women’s Tournament has been canceled due to the outbreak of coronavirus, leaving one of South Carolina's greatest seasons a “what-if.”
British Airways' upcoming flights between London and Charleston are still on schedule amid the 30-day travel ban from Europe. The ban does not affect the United Kingdom. Meanwhile, Charleston International expects March passenger numbers to be down because of the effect of the coronavirus on airline travel.
Drive-thru sample collection for coronavirus testing is now available at the Medical University of South Carolina.