New data from the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control released on Friday have listed 33 nursing homes and assisted living facilities in the Midlands as having at least one confirmed case or death related to COVID-19 among residents or staff members.
Trichelle McDaniel came to Touro's Emergency Room on March 11th with flu-like symptoms. She was 35 weeks pregnant. It was soon discovered she was positive for Covid-19. She went into preterm labor and had to undergo an emergency C-section.
Health professionals at the Carolina Pines Regional Medical Center in the Pee Dee are awaiting the results of two experimental COVID-19 treatments. Right now, there is no FDA-approved treatment for the virus, driving medical experts around the world to find what’s most effective.
The University of South Carolina has announced that President Bob Caslen and the school’s three highest-paid coaches are among those who will have volunteered to have their pay cut by 10% starting in July.
Students and faculty will be returning to the University of South Carolina campus for the fall semester, but this week, we’re learning about some changes to the calendar that could make the school year feel considerably different from years past.
As hundreds of thousands of South Carolinians have filed for unemployment due to COVID-19, some are still waiting for the cash to come in. One man who has been waiting for two months, but says he hasn't seen a dime.
Restaurant owners continue to say your safety is their top priority as they get ready for the chance to re-open in North Carolina. When that happens, there’s one restaurant that’s doing something many of us have never seen before to protect you.
SCDHEC has been telling South Carolinians to wear them since the CDC encouraged them in early April. Officials say they believe wearing a mask can help stop the spread and protect people in close surroundings.
Friday, May 15 a South Carolina Supreme Court order postponing evictions and foreclosures will expire. The ruling was in response to the coronavirus pandemic and the economic downfalls that have come with it.
Patients receiving dialysis are already considered vulnerable because of their medical conditions. But during the COVID-19 pandemic, many dialysis patients are forced to put themselves at even greater risk in order to receive their life-sustaining treatment.
South Carolina Superintendent of Education Molly Spearman spent Thursday afternoon hearing recommendations from the Accelerate ED task force on the best and safest way for students to get back to the classroom both this summer and in the fall.