On Monday (Jan. 10) DHEC reported 10,758 new cases and 2,069 probable new cases of the novel coronavirus COVID-19. DHEC is not reporting the actual number of different variant cases, however they do have a small sample being reported on their website.
There were 54,873 test results reported with 29.7 percent being positive for some variant of COVID.
Anderson County reported 492 new cases, 67 probable cases and 1 death related to COVID.
Greenville County reported 1,322 new cases, 237 probable cases and 1 death related to COVID.
There were 1679 COVID patients in hospitals with 314 in ICU and 152 on ventilators.
In Anderson County there were 93 COVID patients in the hospital with 1t6 in ICU and 10 on ventilators.
In Greenville County there were 270 COVID patients in hospitals with 63 in ICU and 30 on ventilators.
On Jan. 7 – DHEC reported 9.376 new cases and 3,620 probable new cases. There were 5 deaths and 1 probable death related to COVID.
Anderson County reported 442 new cases and 88 probable new cases.
Greenville County reported 1,282 new cases and 282 probable new cases.
Jan 6 – Anderson County reported 348 new cases, 86 probable new cases and 1 death.
Greenville County reported 1,279 new cases, 335 probable cases, 2 confirmed deaths and 1 probable death related to COVID.
Jan. 5 – (for Jan. 3) DHEC reported 4,248 new cases and 2,744 probable new cases of
CPVOD. DHEC also reported 32 deaths and 8 probable deaths related to COVID across the state.
There were 15,487 test results reported with 32.7 percent being positive.
Anderson County reported 69 new cases, 76 probable cases, 3 deaths and 1 probable death.
Greenville County reported 595 new cases, 112, probable cases, 3 deaths and 2 probable deaths.
There were 1,334 COVID patients in hospitals with 280 in ICU and 131 being vented.
Anderson County reported 83 new cases, 17 probable cases and 11 deaths related to COVID.
Greenville County reported 207 new cases, 37 probable cases and 16 deaths related to COVID.
On a related note:
There have been 50 cases of MIS-C reported in the upstate, 60 casers of MIS-C in the midlands, 41 cases of MIS-C in the low country and 33 cases of MIS-C in the Pee Dee region.