The S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control recorded 1,768 new cases of COVID-19 in the week of May 24 to May 30. It had projected only 1,300.
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The last day for in-person classes will be Nov. 24. Online classes will start Nov. 30 and continue through Dec. 4.
Houses of worship never had to close in South Carolina, though most did so voluntarily. What services will look like when the doors open again will vary by denomination and congregation.
South Carolina recorded a record high number of 331 coronavirus cases on Friday, according to public health officials. The record comes as case increases have outpaced testing rates over the last week.
State public health officials announced four new coronavirus deaths and 156 new cases on Thursday.
Just two years after bringing a familiar brand to downtown Charleston, IHOP has closed its location on East Bay Street.
Charleston area restaurants which received federal loans to cope with the coronavirus pandemic can adjust their compensation terms, a fact that has surprised some front-of-house workers who’ve gone back to their jobs.
The University of South Carolina expects to lose more than 3,000 students in the fall because of coronavirus concerns and will not make a decision about fans attending football games until mid-July, school leaders said Thursday.
Vivian Howard has swapped the order in which she’ll open the two venues at Renaissance Charleston Historic District Hotel, with the counter-service bakeshop now slated to precede the sit-down restaurant.
Bicycle purchases soared when the coronavirus pandemic kept people away from workplaces, to the point that some Charleston area shops ran out of bikes to sell.