Thursday, July 2, 2020

Before You Go: Another 1,629 cases of COVID-19; Folly passes live music ordinance

Don't throw 'COVID parties,' please

Posted by Connelly Hardaway on Thu, Jul 2, 2020 at 3:00 PM

If you head out to Folly this weekend wear a mask and don't play your guitar past 9 p.m. - RUTA SMITH FILE PHOTO
  • Ruta Smith file photo
  • If you head out to Folly this weekend wear a mask and don't play your guitar past 9 p.m.
COVID-19 update: DHEC announced another 1,629 cases of COVID-19 today and 19 deaths. Thursday marked the ninth consecutive day South Carolina has counted over 1,000 new coronavirus cases.

The percent of positive cases was at 16.9 percent for Wednesday, a 2.1 percent decrease.
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As of 2:05 p.m. July 2, via S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control:

Positive tests in S.C.: 39,587 (+1,629 new positive cases since July 1)
Positive tests in Charleston County (total): 4,614 (+244)
Negative tests in S.C.: 389,665
Deaths in S.C. from COVID-19: 777 (+19)

All quiet out on Folly: Just in time for the Fourth of July, Folly Beach passed a noise ordinance banning live music past 9 p.m. While you're out there remember that you also need to be wearing a mask in all public spaces.

What we're reading:

The New York Times: "Ghislaine Maxwell, Associate of Jeffrey Epstein, Is Arrested"

ABC News: "Alabama students throwing 'COVID parties' to see who gets infected"

NPR: "Green, Yellow, Orange Or Red? This New Tool Shows COVID-19 Risk In Your County"

Wall Street Journal: "U.S. Seeks Large-Scale Expansion of Blood-Plasma Collection for Covid-19"

The rest from City Paper:
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SC schools haven't heard from 16,085 children since classes moved online
Charleston's COVID-19 spike likely to continue in coming weeks, per MUSC expert

Plus, from the archives: For a few weeks a year, fireworks are a booming business in Charleston

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