Traci Testerman, an immunology and microbiology professor with the University of South Carolina School of Medicine, is concerned about the way things are going in South Carolina.
“The state is absolutely headed in the wrong direction, and we do need more rules and support from the governor,” she said.
If everyone had access to N95 masks, then it wouldn’t be a big problem for a few people to walk around without a mask, Testerman said. But since that is not the case, one of the solutions is to reduce the amount of virus circulating in the air and contaminating uninfected people.
South Carolina is reporting more COVID-19 cases than ever before.
We broke down the data to figure out why the virus is rising here so quickly.https://t.co/tWp1iWpDYg
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