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The updated figures were released Wednesday afternoon.The updated figures were released Wednesday afternoon.

DHEC: S.C. records 101 new COVID-19 cases, percent-positive above 5%

DHEC encourages everyone to get vaccinated as new variants spread across the U.S.DHEC encourages everyone to get vaccinated as new variants spread across the U.S.

SC reports 145 new COVID-19 cases, 2 deaths Wednesday

The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) held a 45-minute statewide briefing for media to provide an update on COVID-19 and the state’s vaccine rollout efforts. Dr. Jane Kelly, Assistant State Epidemiologist, answered questions on the call. You can watch the meeting within this article. Caption: WPDE_EVENT. SCDHEC studied several metrics of COVID-19 cases submitted through June 1 - 14. Some of the key point from the data are below:The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) held a 45-minute statewide briefing for media to provide an update on COVID-19 and the state’s vaccine rollout efforts. Dr. Jane Kelly, Assistant State Epidemiologist, answered questions on the call. You can watch the meeting within this article. Caption: WPDE_EVENT. SCDHEC studied several metrics of COVID-19 cases submitted through June 1 - 14. Some of the key point from the data are below:

SCDHEC discusses recent case data in Wednesday's briefing | WPDE

SCDHEC discusses recent case data in Wednesday's briefing

State health officials said the Delta variant could spread quickly in South Carolina because of the low number of vaccinated residents.State health officials said the Delta variant could spread quickly in South Carolina because of the low number of vaccinated residents.

Delta variant could quickly spread in SC because of large unvaccinated population | COVID-19 | postandcourier.com