Misinformation has spread across the internet much like the virus spread across the world, infecting people with lies, unfounded fears and promoting the idea that “freedom” involves ignoring common sense measures to stop a pandemic. There is a simple, easy, and free method to make things better. The truth. 

The South Carolina Chamber of Commerce released preliminary results from a survey that was sent to the SC Chamber membership – representing all sectors of the South Carolina economy – regarding the effects of the most recent COVID-19 surge, and specifically the delta variant. 

The best way to protect the health of our children and loved ones is to get vaccinated, especially children aged 12-19 who will be in the closest contact with one another.

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DHEC urges South Carolinians to “be positive you’re negative” by routinely getting tested if you’re regularly out in the community. It’s especially important to get tested before and after hol…

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Gov. Henry McMaster issued Executive Order 2020-63, which lifts all occupancy limitations in restaurants throughout South Carolina on Oct. 2. Previously, South Carolina’s restaurants were operating at 50% capacity. Now, they will be able to operate at 100% capacity. 

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On Sept. 14, the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) implemented updates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for tracking and reporting cases of the novel coronavirus COVID-19. South Carolina will follow these federal criteria to ensure the virus is uniformly reported across the country.

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