Virus deaths at 40 in South Carolina; infections pass 1,900

State officials say the coronavirus has killed 40 people in South Carolina and confirmed infections now exceed 1,900 statewide.

SC state police receive accreditation and high honor

South Carolina’s state police agency has again been accredited by a major law enforcement organization.

Some Democrats say SC Legislature meeting is unsafe

South Carolina lawmakers are coming back to the Statehouse Wednesday, but not everyone is happy the Republican dominated House and Senate will be in session as the coronavirus spreads.

Myrtle Beach makes changes to hotel restrictions and more during COVID-19 pandemic

Myrtle Beach made changes to their emergency orders for COVID-19, or coronavirus, on Friday.

South Carolina Gov. McMaster issues mandatory quarantine for out-of-state visitors from COVID-19 hotspots

South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster issued an executive order for any out-of-state visitors from coronavirus hotspots to self-quarantine for 14 days, according to a Friday news briefing.

There are now 539 COVID-19 cases, 13 deaths in South Carolina

There are 86 new cases of COVID-19 in South Carolina, as of Friday, according to the South Carolina Dept. of Health and Environmental Control.

SC governor says ‘shelter in place’ not under consideration

The United States has more than 20,000 cases across all 50 states, and businesses, education, sports and more are being impacted as leaders continue to move to stricter measures to contain the coronavirus.

SC medical and nursing boards to issue emergency licenses

The South Carolina Board of Medical Examiners and the South Carolina Board of Nursing are utilizing procedures to temporarily license individuals in response to the coronavirus crisis.

Historic SC Senate panel of 4 women OK Equal Right Amendment

A history making group of female senators has approved a resolution to have South Carolina approve the Equal Rights Amendment.

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