South Carolina adds 785 new, confirmed COVID-19 cases – Florence, South Carolina

Florence, South Carolina 2021-10-12 11:37:41 –

Columbia, South Carolina (WBTW) – New daily COVID-19 cases in South Carolina continued to decline over the weekend, according to information released Tuesday by the South Carolina Health Agency.

Recorded state 785 new confirmed COVID-19 cases On Sunday, in addition to 185 possible cases, 17 confirmed deaths from COVID-19 According to the South Carolina Department of Health and Environment, COVID-19 could kill five people. Of the 14,263 new tests reported to the state, 7.5% were virus-positive.

New cases continue to decline, with South Carolina returning to a number not seen since July.

With Tuesday’s update, the state’s total could be 706,321 confirmed cases, 173,664 estimated cases, 11,300 confirmed deaths, and 1,756 COVID-19 deaths.

Approximately 61.3% of South Carolina eligible individuals have been vaccinated with the COVID-19 vaccine at least once. 53.4% ​​completed vaccination. According to information updated on Sunday by DHEC.

The new number of cases in the local county is as follows:

Darlington – 10 confirmed, 6 could be

Dillon – 8 confirmed

Florence – 9 confirmed, 2 likely

Horry – 51 confirmed, 9 likely

Marion – 3 confirmed

Marlboro – 3 confirmed, 2 likely

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