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Student quarantine numbers in Horry County Schools climb to over 12,000, dashboard shows

Published: Sep. 3, 2021 at 3:15 PM EDT
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HORRY COUNTY, S.C. (WMBF) – Horry County Schools updated its COVID-19 dashboard numbers Friday afternoon.

Around 9 a.m. Friday, the Horry County Schools COVID-19 Dashboard showed there were 11,400 students placed in quarantine, but the district updated the dashboard just before 4 p.m. and showed the number increased to 12,400 students.

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There was a slight increase in positive COVID-19 student cases at 1,092, compared to 1,045 on Thursday.

The total number of staff out in quarantine stands at 305 while there are 98 positive COVID-19 staff cases.

Here is a list of schools with over 250 students placed in quarantine, according to the Horry County Schools COVID-19 Dashboard:

  • Conway High School (temporarily moved to two weeks of distance learning): 800
  • Ten Oaks Middle School (temporarily moved to two weeks of distance learning): 517
  • North Myrtle Beach High School: 506
  • Socastee High School: 506
  • Ocean Bay Middle School: 389
  • Aynor Middle School (temporarily moved to two weeks of distance learning): 387
  • Green Sea Floyds Middle and High: 373
  • St. James Intermediate School: 373
  • Aynor High School: 348
  • Myrtle Beach Middle School: 348
  • River Oaks Elementary School: 334
  • St. James High School: 326
  • Myrtle Beach High School: 321
  • Loris Middle School (temporarily moved to two weeks of distance learning): 319
  • Myrtle Beach Elementary School: 318
  • Loris High School: 317
  • Pee Dee Elementary School: 254

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