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What to know about the virus in the Upstate


The Greenville News, Spartanburg Herald-Journal and Anderson Independent Mail regularly publish a live-blog-style story like this with the latest COVID-19 news relevant to our communities in the Upstate. This is our COVID-19 news roundup for Oct. 12, 2021. Check back for more as news develops.

DHEC reports 970 cases Tuesday

The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control reported 930 confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday as well as 22 confirmed and probable deaths statewide, based on information the agency gathered Sunday.

The state has now had 11,300 confirmed deaths involving a COVID-19 diagnosis as well as 1,756 deaths with a probable link to COVID.

Of the 14,263 COVID-19 test results reported Monday, 7.5% were positive.

The state cumulative total is now 706,321 confirmed cases. Additionally, there have been 173,664 probable cases.



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