More than 200 new COVID-19 deaths reported in South Carolina on Monday – WYFF4 Greenville

More than 200 new COVID-19 deaths reported in South Carolina on Monday

The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) announced Monday 2,130 new confirmed cases of the coronavirus and 210 additional confirmed deaths.This brings the total number of people with confirmed cases since the outbreak began to 398,892 and confirmed deaths to 6,564. Please click here for the county of residence and date of death for each person whose death was reported.DHEC also announced 23 new probable cases of the virus and 32 new probable deaths. That brings the total of probable cases to 47,024 and the total number of probable deaths to 719 in the state since the outbreak began. DHEC says the percent positive from the 9,870 tests most recently reported to them was 21.6% (not including antibody tests).

The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) announced Monday 2,130 new confirmed cases of the coronavirus and 210 additional confirmed deaths.

This brings the total number of people with confirmed cases since the outbreak began to 398,892 and confirmed deaths to 6,564.

Please click here for the county of residence and date of death for each person whose death was reported.

DHEC also announced 23 new probable cases of the virus and 32 new probable deaths. That brings the total of probable cases to 47,024 and the total number of probable deaths to 719 in the state since the outbreak began.

DHEC says the percent positive from the 9,870 tests most recently reported to them was 21.6% (not including antibody tests).