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The Post and Courier is partnering with local music and theater professionals to present a video series that connects Charleston artists with audiences.


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The British government is hosting a vaccine summit Thursday, hoping to raise billions of dollars to immunize children in developing countries and to discuss how any potential vaccine against the new coronavirus might be distributed globally — and fairly.

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The Post and Courier is partnering with local music and theater professionals to present a video series that connects Charleston artists with audiences.

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With summer looming and coronavirus restrictions lifting, small, tourist-dependent towns nationwide are struggling to balance their residents' fears of contagion with economic survival. It's a make-or-break summer in these vacation spots — and the future is still terrifyingly unclear.

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The good news is South Carolina successfully flattened the curve of its first rise in COVID-19 infections, and its hospitals were far from overwhelmed with patients. The bad news is the state saw a record 1,768 confirmed coronavirus cases during the past week — about a third more cases than …

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As demonstrators flooded streets across America to decry the killing of George Floyd, public health experts watched in alarm — the close proximity of protesters and their failures in many cases to wear masks, along with the police using tear gas, could fuel new transmissions of the coronavirus.

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COLUMBIA — A week into the summer season that typically drives South Carolina's robust tourism economy, finding ways to safely draw visitors to the state amid the coronavirus outbreak is top-of-mind for officials discussing the state's reopening.

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The Post and Courier is partnering with local music and theater professionals to present a video series that connects Charleston artists with audiences.

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The first day of June saw coronavirus restrictions ease from Asia to Europe on Monday, even as U.S. protests against police brutality sparked fears of new outbreaks. The Colosseum opened its ancient doors in Rome, ferries restarted in Bangladesh, golfers played in Greece, students returned in Britain and Dutch bars and restaurants were free to welcome hungry, thirsty patrons.

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As more beaches, churches, mosques, schools and businesses reopened worldwide, civil unrest in the United States over repeated racial injustice is raising fears of new virus outbreaks in a country that has more infections and deaths than anywhere else in the world.

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Save athletic department budgets, support almost every other college sport, help cash-strapped universities, add cashflow to local businesses, bailout TV networks starved for live programming. And that's not all that's being asked of unpaid major college football players in a proposed COVID-19 return.

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The European Union on Saturday urged President Donald Trump to rethink his decision to terminate the U.S. relationship with the World Health Organization as spiking infection rates in India and elsewhere reinforced that the pandemic is far from contained.

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The numbers round out a week that included record daily highs of cases and deaths. Over the past week, cases have increased at the fastest pace logged since COVID-19 first struck the state in March, according to Department of Health and Environmental Control data.

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The Charleston County School Board already faced tremendous challenges trying to provide the same top-notch education to children from low-income families as it provides to better-off students when the coronavirus pandemic slammed the classroom doors shut for 12 weeks and strained teachers’ …

As South Carolina prepares to emerge from a three-month crash course with statewide online learning, the South Carolina School Boards Association asked local school board members from across the state to share their views on how their districts fared this spring and what they hope to see as …

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