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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control announced Friday that it is investigating two possible cases of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus. The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control announced Friday that it is investigating two possible cases of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus.

Possible cases of coronavirus in South Carolina, DHEC says

State health officials are investigating two possible cases of COVID-19 novel coronavirus in South Carolina.State health officials are investigating two possible cases of COVID-19 novel coronavirus in South Carolina.

DHEC investigating two possible cases of coronavirus in South Carolina

Health officials in SC are investigating two possible cases of coronavirus, and one patient has been transferred to a Columbia hospital.RICHLAND COUNTY, S.C. (WSPA) – Health officials in SC are investigating two possible cases of coronavirus, and one patient has been transferred to a Columbia hospital. The patient from Kersha…

Possible coronavirus patient from Kershaw Co. transferred to Columbia hospital

“I just received the following message from Governor @henrymcmaster - MUSC is providing FREE telehealth coronavirus screenings to ALL South Carolinians. If you are experiencing symptoms, you can visit https://t.co/uDSqkLjYLl & be screened without having to leave your home.”

Rep. Jeff Duncan on Twitter: "I just received the following message from Governor @henrymcmaster - MUSC is providing FREE telehealth coronavirus screenings to ALL South Carolinians. If you are experiencing symptoms, you can visit https://t.co/uDSqkLjYLl & be screened without having to leave your home."

“SC #coronavirus briefing - @scdhec director Rick Toomey: Still awaiting test results from @CDCgov on 2 presumptive #coronavirus cases in SC. Public risk remains lows.”

Andy Shain on Twitter: "SC #coronavirus briefing - @scdhec director Rick Toomey: Still awaiting test results from @CDCgov on 2 presumptive #coronavirus cases in SC. Public risk remains lows."

“South Carolina’s Congressional delegation received an update on the coronavirus from @SCDHEC this afternoon at @SCEMD. #TeamSC is prepared. (1/2)”

Gov. Henry McMaster on Twitter: "South Carolina’s Congressional delegation received an update on the coronavirus from @SCDHEC this afternoon at @SCEMD. #TeamSC is prepared. (1/2)… https://t.co/sJXtygfLpc"

“BREAKING: First potential coronavirus cases under investigation in South Carolina https://t.co/EZwXv0b6q8”

Lucas Daprile on Twitter: "BREAKING: First potential coronavirus cases under investigation in South Carolina https://t.co/EZwXv0b6q8"

As the total number of coronavirus cases globally climbs toward 100,000, state officials are working hand in hand with the CDC to prevent the spread of the illness and monitorAs the total number of coronavirus cases globally climbs toward 100,000, state officials are working hand in hand with the CDC to prevent the spread of the illness and monitor

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One presumptive positive case is in Charleston and the other is in Kershaw County, officials said.One presumptive positive case is in Charleston and the other is in Kershaw County, officials said.

'No reason to be alarmed’: Gov. McMaster addresses presumptive positive coronavirus cases in S.C.

The Medical University of South Carolina announced Saturday it will give in-state residents free online coronavirus screenings through its telehealth program. The service is for people who are worried they may have been exposed to the virus, and are suffering from mild to moderate flu-like symptoms. To have a screening, visit MUSC's virtual health care website, MUSC. care. Once there, create an account if you don't already have one, then follow the prompts to set up your screening.The Medical University of South Carolina announced Saturday it will give in-state residents free online coronavirus screenings through its telehealth program. The service is for people who are worried they may have been exposed to the virus, and are suffering from mild to moderate flu-like symptoms. To have a screening, visit MUSC's virtual health care website, MUSC. care. Once there, create an account if you don't already have one, then follow the prompts to set up your screening.

MUSC offers free online coronavirus screenings | WCIV

Health officials are looking into two possible cases of the coronavirus disease in South Carolina, according to the governor's office.Health officials are looking into two possible cases of the coronavirus disease in South Carolina, according to the governor’s office.

Health officials investigate 2 possible cases of COVID-19 in SC | WSAV-TV

Two patients tested presumptive positive for COVID-19. One patient was not known to have recently traveled outside of South Carolina.Two patients tested presumptive positive for COVID-19. One patient was not known to have recently traveled outside of South Carolina.

Calm urged as SC awaits test results for 2 suspected coronavirus cases

COLUMBIA, S.C. (WCBD) – Governor McMaster held a news conference with South Carolina health care professionals to provide an update on the Coronavirus in the state. Gov. McMaster assured the public that there is no need to panic and that people should go about their daily lives “with the understanding that there is a new […]COLUMBIA, S.C. (WCBD) – Governor McMaster held a news conference with South Carolina health care professionals to provide an update on the Coronavirus in the state. Gov. McMaster assured the …

Gov. McMaster and state health professionals give update on the Coronavirus in South Carolina | WCBD News 2

There have been no positive cases of the novel coronavirus, known as COVID-19, in South Carolina as of Friday. Charleston County officials held a conference call with local partners, first responders and health officials about the virus. They said they are working to educate staff and prepare ahead of time if the virus were to spread to the area.There have been no positive cases of the novel coronavirus, known as COVID-19, in South Carolina as of Friday. Charleston County officials held a conference call with local partners, first responders and health officials about the virus. They said they are working to educate staff and prepare ahead of time if the virus were to spread to the area.

No SC coronavirus cases Friday, Charleston County officials stay alert | WCIV

The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, or DHEC, is investigating two presumptive positive cases of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus, the first reported in the Palmetto State.The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, or DHEC, is investigating two presumptive positive cases of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus, the first reported in the Palmetto State.

DHEC investigating two 'presumptive positive' cases of coronavirus in South Carolina | News | aikenstandard.com

Following the news of two presumptive cases of coronavirus in South Carolina, one of the state's hospitals is opening a resource for residents of the state to consult with healthFollowing the news of two presumptive cases of coronavirus in South Carolina, one of the state's hospitals is opening a resource for residents of the state to consult with health

MUSC opens a free resource for SC residents to consult on coronavirus from home | COVID-19 | postandcourier.com

Officials with the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) announced on Friday that it is investigating two possible cases of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus in the state.Officials with the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) announced on Friday that it is investigating two possible cases of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus in the state.

Two possible cases of COVID-19 in South Carolina reported by DHEC

South Carolina’s Department of Public Health confirms it is now investigating two presumptive positive cases of coronavirus in South Carolina.South Carolina’s Department of Public Health confirms it is now investigating two presumptive positive cases of coronavirus in South Carolina.

DHEC investigating two potential coronavirus cases in South Carolina

Two possible cases of coronavirus in South Carolina have been reported, according to the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (SCDHEC). One patient is an elderly adult female from Kershaw County who has been hospitalized and is in isolation, SCDHEC officials said. A second patient is an adult female from Charleston County who recently traveled to France and Italy, officials said. They added the patient did not require hospitalization and is self-isolated at home. Two possible cases of coronavirus in South Carolina have been reported, according to the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (SCDHEC). One patient is an elderly adult female from Kershaw County who has been hospitalized and is in isolation, SCDHEC officials said. A second patient is an adult female from Charleston County who recently traveled to France and Italy, officials said. They added the patient did not require hospitalization and is self-isolated at home.

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