Many organizations have been able to keep going due to the hard work of not only the nonprofit’s employees but the everyday people serving the community as volunteers.
Both COVID-19 testing sites are appointment only.
Following six reported cases of blood clotting in individuals who had received the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the South Carolina Department…
FEMA is authorized to provide financial assistance to families who incurred COVID-19-related funeral expenses after Jan. 20, 2020.
Dr. Traxler has been a familiar face throughout the pandemic often appearing in the media to discuss the state's efforts against COVID-19.
The ordinance will expire after 61 days.
Not many nurses can say they were students during a pandemic, helping to vaccinate the public against a novel disease. But 278 Clemson nursing students can make that claim —…
The city of Greenville is expected to extend its mask ordinance at a special-called meeting on April 8.
At the Greenville County Schools’ board of trustees meeting, parents and students from several high schools spoke of the need to address mental health.
Led by Dr. Yue “Sophie” Wang, the ambitious project combines robotics and medicine to ensure sterility, quality, safety and efficiency in pharmaceutical manufacturing.
Our nation’s seniors, including those in Greenville, have been disproportionately affected by the pandemic.
Prisma will expand patient visitation starting Wednesday, March 24.
Teachers will assign work for the day they are off to get their second doses.
Buses will be available to pick up students in the virtual program as long as the parent or guardian has completed the bus transportation survey in their Parent Backpack.
A year ago, they hunkered down for two weeks, max. That would be enough time to flatten the curve, they thought — everyone thought.