Florence, South Carolina 2021-09-21 11:24:50 –
Columbia, South Carolina (WBTW) — What is the number of new COVID-19 cases identified? About 1,000 down on Sunday from the previous day, According to data released by the South Carolina Department of Health and Environment on Tuesday.
DHEC publishes the data two days after receiving it.
On Tuesday’s report 1,852 newly confirmed cases, 306 possible cases, 93 confirmed deaths And 17 deaths from an estimated COVID-19. Of the 22,438 new tests reported to the state, 13% were virus-positive.
Of these new deaths, one confirmed death in Dillon County, one confirmed death in Florence County, one estimated death, and four confirmed deaths in Holly County. was there.
With the update on Tuesday, the state has a total of 670,492 confirmed cases, 161,974 estimated cases, 10,277 confirmed deaths, and 1,551 COVID-19 deaths.
As of Monday, DHEC reported that 82.33% of the state’s inpatient beds were used and 25.1% of those COVID-19 patients were used. Of the 1,798 intensive care unit beds in the state, 83.15% were used and 44.98% of the state ventilators were used.
The new number of cases in the local county is as follows:
Darlington – 10 confirmed, 7 could be
Dillon-35 confirmed, one possibility
Florence – 69 confirmed, 6 possibilities
Holly – 104 confirmed, 43 possible
Marion – 23 confirmed, one likely
Marlboro – 5 confirmed, 5 likely
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