Jennifer Berry Hawes is a member of the Watchdog and Public Service team who worked on the newspaper's Pulitzer-Prize winning investigation, "Till Death Do Us Part."
During COVID-19 shutdowns, hospitals suspended many procedures. But some of the sickest patients also stopped coming for care.
Dr. Karen Gersch, cardiothoracic surgeon at Palmetto Cardiovascular and Thoracic Associates
Coronavirus shutdowns create challenges for loved ones of those grappling with confusion, delusions and memory loss.
This is The Post and Courier’s second installment in an ongoing tribute to those we have lost. To continue telling the real stories of people in our state who have died of COVID-19, please take a few minutes to tell us about them.
Moe Brown, a former Gamecocks wide receiver, and his grandmother, Janie Lou Brown, a preacher who died of complications due to COVID-19. Provided
Joshua Bush was a 30-year-old husband and a first-semester nursing student at USC Aiken when he died of COVID-19. Provided
Glenn Surrette was an old-school newspaperman who served as a Marine during Vietnam. Provided
Go inside the highs and gut-wrenching lows as Roper Hospital, like others across America, wages its battle against an invisible enemy.
Lethia Moore lost her husband, Charles, a pastor, two years before she succumbed to COVID-19 on Easter Sunday. Provided
Lethia Moore, 78, was matriarch of a close-knit family and official mother of her church.