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COVID-19 cases surge to 871, highest single-day increase since October – Florence, South Carolina

Florence, South Carolina 2021-12-03 11:36:40 –

Columbia, South Carolina (WBTW) – According to information provided by the South Carolina Department of Health and Environment on Friday, more than 800 new cases of COVID-19 were identified on Wednesday.

The number of new cases is the highest number of days the state has seen since October, indicating the potential for a winter surge after a few months of reduced diagnosis.

On Friday, DHE C announced 871 new confirmed cases, With a possible case of 510 Three confirmed deaths from COVID-19. Of the 26,614 new tests reported to the state, 4.5% were virus-positive.

The new data show out of 13,919 COVID-19 cases reported between October 16th and November 15th. 75% were completely unvaccinated. Of the 565 hospitalizations, 67% were completely unvaccinated. Of the 152 deaths during that time, 67% were completely unvaccinated.

State-wide, About 81.7% of hospital beds were used. As of Thursday.

With the update, the state total could be 737,112 confirmed cases, 184,610 estimated cases, 12,345 confirmed deaths, and 1,927 COVID-19 deaths.

The new number of cases for local governments is as follows.

Darlington – 19 confirmed, 54 possible

Dillon – 2 confirmed

Florence – 27 confirmed, 18 could be

Holly – 41 confirmed, 38 likely

Marion – No new case

Marlboro – 5 confirmed, 2 likely

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