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Hospitalizations rise as SC reports over 2,100 new coronavirus cases – Valley Stream, New York

Valley Stream, New York 2020-12-08 15:57:27 –

Columbia, South Carolina (WSPA) – South Carolina experienced the highest level of COVID-19 hospitalization since mid-August on Tuesday. This is because the state has confirmed an additional 2,115 deaths and four more deaths.

According to the South Carolina Department of Health and Environment (DHEC), there are currently 220,961 cases of coronavirus throughout the state, with 4,253 confirmed deaths.

The percentage of positive cases among those reported on Tuesday (11,214) was 18.9 percent.

Currently, 1,179 people are hospitalized in COVID-19 in South Carolina. Of these patients, 276 are in the ICU and 118 are on mechanical ventilation.

A total of 2,927,403 tests were conducted across the state.

New cases by county:

  • Abbeyville County: 3
  • Aiken County: 87
  • Allendale County: 2
  • Anderson County: 92
  • Bamberg County: 7
  • Barnwell County: 8
  • Beaufort County: 49
  • Berkeley County: 50
  • Calhoun County: 4
  • Charleston County: 65
  • Cherokee County: 24
  • Chester County: 15
  • Chesterfield County: 7
  • Clarendon County: 8
  • Colleton County: 6
  • Darlington County: 43
  • Dillon County: 13
  • Dorchester County: 54
  • Edgefield County: 6
  • Fairfield County: 16
  • Florence County: 120
  • Georgetown County: 11
  • Greenville County: 371
  • Greenwood County: 10
  • Hampton County: 4
  • Holly County: 113
  • Jasper County: 10
  • Kershaw County: 18
  • Lancaster County: 52
  • Lawrence County: 14
  • Lie group: 9
  • Lexington County: 87
  • Marion County: 24
  • Marlboro County: 6
  • McCormick County: 8
  • Newberry County: 12
  • Oconee County: 41
  • Orangeburg County: 28
  • Pickens County: 71
  • Richland County: 135
  • Saluda County: 5
  • Spartanberg County: 193
  • Samter County: 35
  • Union County: 22
  • Williamsburg County: 9
  • York County: 148

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