SC health officials warn rise in South Carolina COVID-19 cases could be fall surge – WYFF4 Greenville

NEW THIS AFTERNOON THE LAURENS COUNTY 55 FOOTBALL PROGRAM IS ENDING THE SEASON EARLY DUE TO A COVID-19 CASE IN ITS PROGRAM OFFICIALS. SAY THAT PERSON THAT ATTENDED THIS IS WITHIN THE TWO DAYS BEFORE THAT POSITIVE TEST. DISTRICT SPOKESPERSON SAID THERE NOTIFYING CLOSE CONTACTS DISTRICT 55 HAD ONLY TWO GAMES LEFT IN THEIR SEASON. NOW TO THE CORONAVIRUS IN SOUTH CAROLINA DHEC REPORTED 648 NEW, EXCUSE ME, 647 NEW CASES OF COVID-19 WEDNESDAY. THE STATES TOTAL NUMBER OF CASES IS MORE THAN 171,000 SINCE THE START OF THE PANDEMIC. THE HECK IS ALSO REPORTING THAT 16 MORE PEOPLE HAVE DIED WITH COVID-19. SOUTH CAROLINAS DEATH TOLL IS MORE THAN 3,700. HECK SAYS MORE THAN 4,400 TEST FOR RETURNED AND THAT 14.5 PERCENT OF THOSE TESTS. POSITIVE WITH MORE PEOPLE FEELING MORE COMFORTABLE ABOUT GETTING ON PLANES GSP IS TALKING ABOUT SAFETY MEASURES THAT THEYRE TAKING IN TSA OFFICIALS SAY THEYRE WORKING TO MAKE SURE TRAVELERS FOR THANKSGIVING AND OTHER HOLIDAYS ARE SAFE. NOTICE THIS NEW SCANNER. IT READS YOUR ID OR PASSPORT AND TSA OFFICERS CAN CHECK IT AGAINST THE TRAVEL YOU HAVE SCHEDULED FOR THE DAY. THIS WILL ELIMINATE THE NEED FOR BOARDING PASSES TO BE PRESENTED HERE AT TSA. YOULL STILL HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO HAVE THAT ON YOUR PHONE OR A HARD PIECE OF PAPER WITH FROM THE AIRLINES THEMSELVES, BUT WONT NEED TO PRESENT IT HERE. OFFICERS ARE ALWAYS WEARING GLOVES and masks PASSENGERS WILL ALSO SEE BARRIERS AND REMINDERS TO SOCIAL DISTANCE. THIS IS ALL PART OF THE TSA. REMAIN HEALTHY. REMAIN SECURE CAMPAIGN. IN NORTH CAROLINA DAILY CORONAVIRUS CASES ARE BACK ABOVE 2000 STATE REPORTED 2425 NEW CASES WEDNESDAY. THAT WAS THE SECOND DAY IN ROW CASES OVER 2,000. NEWS REPORTER ON MONDAY HIT A LOW OF AROUND 1300 STATEWIDE THERE ARE MORE THAN 280 MM CASES. NORTH CAROLINA IN GEORGIA NEARLY 1,900 NEW CASES REPORTED WITH FIVE POINT EIGHT PERCENT POSITIVE DEATHS WERE REPORTED. AND A HUNDRED 4

SC health authorities warn increase in South Carolina COVID-19 cases might be fall surge
Upstate counties are continuing to rise at a stable rate, near or beyond previous spikes in the state.

Updated: 12:34 PM EST Nov 5, 2020

NOW TO THE CORONAVIRUS IN SOUTH CAROLINA DHEC REPORTED 648 NEW, EXCUSE ME, 647 NEW CASES OF COVID-19 WEDNESDAY. Data from the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control shows that COVID-19 case numbers in the Upstate counties are continuing to increase at a consistent rate, near or beyond previous spikes in the state. As cases in Pickens, Greenville and surrounding counties increase and other disease security indicators pattern up, health officials caution the state may be entering a fall surge.This uptick is not special to South Carolina as cases are climbing up nationally and in other countries. At the end of October, there were almost 100,000 cases reported in one day in the United States, setting new everyday case records. Numerous key indicators in South Carolina have actually trended up since August, including: Daily rate of cases per 100,000 Percent favorable Hospitalizations due to COVID-19 Number of COVID-19 patients on ventilators” No one should lose sight of the power we each hold to help decrease deaths and illnesses from COVID-19 for all of us.

This uptick is not distinct to South Carolina as cases are climbing nationally and in other nations.
At the end of October, there were nearly 100,000 cases reported in one day in the United States, setting brand-new everyday case records. Several key signs in South Carolina have trended up because August, including:.

” No one should forget the power we each hold to assist reduce deaths and illnesses from COVID-19 for everyone. We genuinely have an opportunity to take better control of the spread of this virus,” said Dr. Linda Bell, state epidemiologist. “Wearing a mask in public and practicing physical distancing, consistently, would change the trajectory of our cases in South Carolina in a favorable method, and it is my hope this happens soon.”.
The renewal of cases and hospitalizations could have an extensive influence on health care systems, the economy, and school and university operations. Public health experts are contacting residents to act now by rededicating themselves to the daily precautions that assist avoid spread of this lethal virus.
” The increases in case counts, hospitalizations, and deaths throughout the country is exceptionally concerning, and we must double down on our efforts in order to prevent a second wave in South Carolina,” said Dr. Brannon Traxler, DHECs interim director of Public Health. “We comprehend that COVID-19 tiredness is occurring and were all wanting for a return to normalcy.
DHEC authorities stated South Carolinians need to devote to the day-to-day actions advised by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for safeguarding themselves and others from COVID-19, that include:.

Daily rate of cases per 100,000 Percent favorable Hospitalizations due to COVID-19 Number of COVID-19 patients on ventilators.

GREENVILLE, S.C.–.
Data from the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control shows that COVID-19 case numbers in the Upstate counties are continuing to increase at a constant rate, near or beyond previous spikes in the state.
As cases in Pickens, Greenville and surrounding counties increase and other disease surveillance indications trend upward, health authorities warn the state may be getting in a fall rise.

As cases in Pickens, Greenville and surrounding counties increase and other disease monitoring indications pattern up, health officials caution the state may be getting in a fall surge.This uptick is not special to South Carolina as cases are climbing up nationally and in other countries. At the end of October, there were almost 100,000 cases reported in one day in the United States, setting new daily case records. A number of essential indicators in South Carolina have actually trended upward because August, including: Daily rate of cases per 100,000 Percent positive Hospitalizations due to COVID-19 Number of COVID-19 clients on ventilators” No one need to lose sight of the power we each hold to assist decrease deaths and diseases from COVID-19 for all of us.