South Carolina announces latest COVID-19 update (Nov. 1, 2020)



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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) announced 1,319 new confirmed cases and 17 new probable cases of COVID-19, one additional confirmed death and no new probable deaths.

This brings the total number of confirmed cases to 169,228, probable cases to 8,795, confirmed deaths to 3,687, and 249 probable deaths.

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Testing in South Carolina

As of Saturday, a total of 2,020,577 tests have been conducted in the state. See a detailed breakdown of tests in South Carolina on the Data and Projections webpage.

Percent Positive

The total number of individual test results reported to DHEC yesterday statewide was 10,827 (not including antibody tests) and the percent positive was 12.2%.

Hospital Bed Occupancy

Hospitals report their information each day to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services by way of TeleTracking, and that same reporting is also provided to DHEC. Click here to view data from today’s TeleTracking report.

COVID-19 Information

For the latest information related to COVID-19 visit scdhec.gov/COVID-19. Visit scdmh.net for stress, anxiety and mental health resources from the S.C. Department of Mental Health.

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