Horry County logged 58 new coronavirus cases on Sunday, adding one death in the process, according to the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control. The county's total rise…
Both Horry and Georgetown counties have reported multiple coronavirus-related deaths over the past two days, with eight in Horry and two in Georgetown, according to DHEC.
Horry County recorded 56 new COVID-19 cases and one new death on Thursday, moving the overall totals to 7,857 and 119, respectively.
Horry County recorded six additional COVID-19-related deaths on Wednesday, bringing the county’s death total to 118, according to the Department of Health and Environmental Control. The county also reported 99 new coronavirus cases, increasing its case total to 1,187.
Horry County recorded a record-high eight coronavirus-related deaths, the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control announced Tuesday.
South Carolina reported a new low number of new COVID-19 cases and deaths on Monday.
South Carolina announced 1,368 new confirmed cases and 74 confirmed deaths bringing the total to 79,674 coronavirus cases and 1,412 deaths.
South Carolina officials are awaiting reliable data in hospitals as COVID-19 cases and deaths increase throughout the state.
South Carolina officials announced 1,870 new coronavirus cases and 56 additional deaths, bringing the total confirmed cases to 73,101, including 1,203 deaths.
South Carolina announced 1,445 new confirmed cases and nine deaths on Monday. With these new additions, the total number of confirmed cases to 71,213 and 1,147 deaths.
Today, South Carolina recorded nearly 2,330 new coronavirus cases.
DHEC announced 1,481 new confirmed cases and 39 additional confirmed deaths. The state agency did not announce the number of hospital beds as of today.
The Department of Health and Environmental Control is urging young South Carolinians to wear a wear in their new campaign, "Mask Up." This statewide campaign asks young adults, ages 21-30, to …
South Carolina recorded the largest single-day number of coronavirus cases on Thursday with 69.
In a state of relief, no deaths were reported today in South Carolina. As it stands, the state has a total of 984 deaths.
South Carolina announced a high case number of over 2,000 COVID-19 cases, the second highest day for positive coronavirus cases reported, on Tuesday. The state hit the record high on Saturday …
South Carolina officials announce 1,532 new confirmed cases and 13 additional confirmed deaths, bringing the state's total confirmed cases to 58,003 and 961 confirmed deaths.
Today, South Carolina confirmed its first pediatric death associated with COVID-19. The death of a child under the age of five was reported to the state agency from the Midlands region on July 11.
South Carolina officials announced 1,725 new confirmed cases and 26 additional confirmed deaths.
DHEC announced 1,723 new confirmed cases and one new probable case of the novel coronavirus COVID-19, 22 additional confirmed deaths and no new probable deaths.
After yesterday's low case number of COVID-19, South Carolina has seen an rapid increase in cases.
DHEC announced 934 new confirmed cases and 19 additional confirmed deaths, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 47,214, and 838 confirmed deaths.
The Department of Health and Environmental Control announced 1,505 new confirmed cases and 6 additional confirmed deaths with one new probable death today.
South Carolina health officials announced 1,463 new confirmed cases and 8 additional confirmed deaths.
South Carolina received a new record-high number of COVID-19 cases on this Independence Day.
South Carolina health officials announced 1,558 new confirmed cases and 10 new confirmed deaths today, bringing the state total to 41,413 and the death toll at 787.
South Carolina health official announced 1,629 new confirmed cases and 19 new confirmed deaths, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 39,587, and 777 confirmed deaths.
Nearly 1,500 coronavirus cases arose in South Carolina and Gov. McMaster said now is the time for South Carolinians to do better.
July 1st marks not the start of a new month but a new high in South Carolina with 24 recorded deaths in a single day, according to the Department of Health and Environmental Control.
South Carolina's new two-cent per gallon increase has already started in the state on Wednesday.
Gov. Henry McMaster will be joined by state public health to hold a press briefing Wednesday to update the public on the state’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) identified 1,741 new confirmed coronavirus cases, a new daily record for the state, and two new probable cases on Tuesd…
South Carolina health officials identified 1,320 new confirmed coronavirus cases, bringing the total to 34,546. 4 additional confirmed deaths were also identified, bringing the state death tot…
South Carolina continues with high case numbers as health officials identified 1,366 new confirmed COVID-19 cases and 5 additional confirmed deaths. There was also 4 new probable cases of the …
South Carolina recorded a new daily case number on Saturday.
In less than one minute of his press briefing, Gov. Henry McMaster addressed South Carolianians and the younger generation about the coronavirus pandemic.
South Carolina health officials announced 1,273 new confirmed cases and 2 new probable cases with only 1 additional confirmed death.
Gov. Henry McMaster and state health officials will hold a media briefing Friday on the state’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
South Carolina health officials announced 1,106 new confirmed cases, 3 new probable cases and 8 additional confirmed deaths and 2 probable deaths on Thursday.
South Carolina health officials announced 1,291 new confirmed cases and 12 new probable cases and 10 additional confirmed deaths.
A new plan has been revealed.
South Carolina continues to see an increase in COVID-19 cases.
Gov. McMaster will be joined by hospitality leaders to announce a new restaurant safety initiative at a press conference on Tuesday.
South Carolina health officials announced 1,002 new confirmed cases and 2 new probable cases along with 6 additional confirmed deaths.
DHEC officials announced 907 new confirmed cases and 1 new probable case and 9 additional confirmed deaths. This brings the total numbers to 24,661, probable cases to 32, confirmed deaths to 6…
South Carolina health officials announced 1,157 new confirmed cases, 5 new probable cases and 5 additional confirmed deaths. There are currently 673 hospital beds occupied by patients who have…
South Carolina health officials announced 1,081 new confirmed coronavirus cases, five new probable cases, and 18 additional confirmed deaths. There are currently 660 hospital beds occupied by …
Today, South Carolina hit an all-time high with new COVID-19 cases and deaths.
The S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control is beginning to report probable cases and probable deaths in regard to COVID-19.
South Carolina health officials announced 595 new coronavirus cases, bringing the state total to 19,990. They also reported 5 additional deaths with the death toll now at 607.