After five days in a row with more than 1,000 South Carolinians testing positive for the coronavirus, state health officials reported Monday they had identified another 1,320 cases.
Since March, 34,546 COVID-19 cases have been positively identified in the Palmetto State.
Department of Health and Environmental Control officials also counted four more people who died after contracting the virus, bringing the state’s death toll up to 717.
1,320 new, confirmed COVID-19 cases in South Carolina.
4 new confirmed deaths
Percent positive: 15.5% https://t.co/ZUbt4Dwd2M
— Maayan Schechter (@MaayanSchechter) June 29, 2020