"We have a lot of people that want to go back to normal," GCS board member Angie Mosley said.
Prisma received 600 doses of the latest vaccine and expects another 600 soon.
“Modern-day society has never encountered anything quite like this, from the standpoint of how connected we are," says Dr. Wendell James, Prisma Health’s chief clinical officer.
Out of about 10,000 employees, about 6,100 signed up to receive the vaccine.
The college previously announced that the Buck Mickel Center at 216 S. Pleasantburg Drive in Greenville will also be used by DHEC as a COVID-19 vaccine clinic site.
Phase 1B will begin March 8, allowing those 55 and older to receive the vaccine among other groups.
Greenville County has received an additional $15.8 million from the federal government to help low-income households that are unable to pay rent and utilities due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The…
On March 6, three mobile units will be out in the Upstate.
The recipients were from multiple states including New Jersey, New York and Florida.
Graduations for all 14 high schools are currently planned to take place between June 1-4 at the arena.
Greenville-based technology provider ScanSource is allowing its parking lot at 6 Logue Court in Greenville to be used for free COVID-19 testing.
Officials cautioned that mechanisms must be in place in case COVID-19 rates increase.
The funds would cover remediation costs for two years.
Prisma has been able to retrieve about six doses safely from each vaccine vial, which had been measured to have five doses in each, allowing it to have given out 142% of the doses the hospital system had been given.
Last fall, Lior Rennert and his team decided to look into pre-arrival testing before students came back to campus.