You might be eligible for a vaccine, but if you don't have an appointment yet, the fact that you're allowed to get one doesn't mean the process will be easy.
South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster received his first dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine on April 19.
South Carolina surpassed 475,000 confirmed coronavirus cases on April 18.
The United States will likely move to resume Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine this coming week, possibly with restrictions or broader warnings.
The global death toll from the coronavirus topped a staggering 3 million people Saturday amid repeated setbacks in the worldwide vaccination campaign and a deepening crisis in places such as Brazil, India and France.
The percent positive has remained low over the past few weeks, sitting at 3.7 percent on April 17.
Providers across the country are awaiting word from federal health officials about when they can resume administration of the shots made by Johnson & Johnson.
About the data
Data is based on The Post and Courier's reporting, drawn mostly from DHEC reports.
Known cases refers to the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases. Death data is presented as confirmed and probable deaths.
DHEC reports its data with a 2-day lag time. Our dashboard timestamp reflects the date we update, and our data also lags by two days.
County-level vaccine data describes the total number of vaccine doses administered by that county.
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