Florence, South Carolina 2021-10-08 11:25:30 –
Columbia, South Carolina (WBTW) – 11,205 confirmed cases and an estimated 1,724 COVID-19 deaths in South Carolina. 328 were among the fully vaccinated people, According to data updated Friday by the South Carolina Department of Health and Environment. The total includes deaths that occurred before the vaccine became available.
DHEC reports a total of 13,611 breakthrough cases among fully vaccinated people. About .599% of fully vaccinated people were diagnosed with the virus and .014% died.
there were 1,334 newly confirmed cases According to data released on Friday, it was reported to DHEC on Wednesday. There were also 451 new possible cases. 64 confirmed deaths And 10 deaths from an estimated COVID-19. Of the 30,318 new tests reported to the state, 8% were virus-positive.
Among these new deaths, one was identified in Dillon County, one in Florence County, one died, one in Holly County, and one in death.
Approximately 61% of eligible residents of South Carolina receive at least one COVID-19 vaccine., 53% have completed vaccination.
With the Friday update, the state’s total could be 701,555 confirmed cases, 172,458 estimated cases, 11,205 confirmed deaths, and 1,724 COVID-19 deaths.
The new number of cases in the local county is as follows:
Darlington – 11 confirmed, 10 possible
Dillon – 7 confirmed, 6 likely
Florence – 28 confirmed, 3 possibilities
Holly – 76 confirmed, 39 likely
Marion – 10 confirmed, 3 could be
Marlboro – Confirmed
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