Fewer than 100 COVID-19 cases reported Tuesday in SC | Local News


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COLOMBIA, SC – Fewer than 100 new confirmed cases of coronavirus were reported in South Carolina on Tuesday.

Only five of them were Pee Dee. Four counties in the region have reported no confirmed or probable cases.

Of the 97 new confirmed cases in the state, three were in Williamsburg County and two in Florence County. Neither county has reported a probable case. Statewide, 61 probable cases have been reported.

None of the 15 new confirmed deaths in South Carolina have been reported in the Pee Dee. No probable deaths have been reported statewide.

The state’s cumulative totals are now 490,740 confirmed cases, 100,785 probable cases, 8,550 confirmed deaths and 1,155 probable deaths.

To date, 7,807,979 COVID-19 tests have been administered in South Carolina. State health officials reported that 85,552 people had been tested on Sunday. The positivity rate was 3.2%.

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As of Sunday, 3,311,592 doses of vaccination were received in South Carolina. Of this total, 1,885,690 South Carolina residents have received at least one dose (43.9%) and 1,544,609 are fully immunized (36.0%).

Of the 11,277 hospital beds in South Carolina, 8,436 are occupied (74.81%). Of these, 302 are occupied by COVID-19 patients (3.58%).

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