SC Gov. pushed for Sept. 8 school opening, parental choice; COVID outbreak at TCI; case reports for Horry, CC

By DEUCE NIVEN tribdeuce@tabor-loris.com      Education, incarceration, and the COVID-19 pandemic come together in today’s coronavirus update.      This post will cover these topics and may be updated: SC Gov. pushes for Sept. 8 school opening, parental choice TCI COVID cases at 26 Horry infections up by 188 Coronavirus count creeps up in CC SC Gov. pushes…

School opening delayed in Horry; on track in CC following governor’s announcement; area COVID deaths and case details

By DEUCE NIVEN tribdeuce@tabor-loris.com      Health and education go hand-in-hand, school leaders in the Carolinas are saying during the COVID-19 pandemic, with different takes on how that may look in Columbus and Horry counties.      Coronavirus is looking different in those counties, too, state health data continues to show.      This post will cover these topics and may…

Horry records 100 fewer new COVID cases Monday; CC reports 25 new infections since Thursday

By DEUCE NIVEN tribdeuce@tabor-loris.com      Newly confirmed COVID-19 cases dropped significantly for Horry County Monday, while Columbus County maintained a slow but steady pace of new infections, state and county reports showed.      This post will cover these topics and may be updated: COVID cases drop by nearly 100 in Horry Columbus reports 25 cases in four…

SC records first two MIS-C cases, one in the Pee Dee; Horry surge continues, CC pace remains slow

By DEUCE NIVEN tribdeuce@tabor-loris.com      A rare childhood illness associated with COVID-19 has come to South Carolina, with cases confirmed in the Pee Dee and Midland regions as the Palmetto State, including Horry County, continues to deal with a surge of coronavirus.      North Carolina’s alarming COVID case increase continues, too, while Columbus County is keeping a…

COVID records fall in the Carolinas, surge continues in Horry, slow growth in CC

By DEUCE NIVEN tribdeuce@tabor-loris.com      Newly confirmed COVID-19 cases continue to surge in the Carolinas, with a pediatric death and record case confirmation in South Carolina Saturday, new highs in diagnosed cases and hospitalizations in North Carolina.      It was a day of contrasts in the Tabor Loris Community, with Horry County continuing to surge cases and…

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