The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control said Wednesday it is important that children six months of age and older be vaccinated against COVID-19 now that they have been approved for the vaccine.
With COVID cases on the rise again for the last few weeks in the state, the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control continues to encourage everyone five and older to get vaccinated.
The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) announced that they support the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) recent recommendation on COVID-19 booster shots for children ages 5 through 11.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will not enforce the mask mandate on public transportation after the court’s ruling, a Biden administration official said. However, the CDC continues to recommend that people wear masks on public transit, the official said.
A lobbying group representing major North American airlines wants the Biden Administration to end a federal mask mandate and a requirement that international travelers be tested before boarding a flight.
The state’s Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) has released new guidance for schools and daycares in order to transition from Test to Stay (TST) and quarantine to learning without disruptions from COVID-19.
The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control announced changes to its guidelines for childcare centers and K-12 schools designed to keep children safe and stop the spread of COVID-19.
Police said those found to be taking part in criminal activity — which could include blocking streets or “assisting others in the blocking of streets” — could be arrested. Police are also giving notice that vehicles could be seized and possibly forfeited if people are convicted.
Officials are warning that a trucker convoy could disrupt the Super Bowl this weekend near Los Angeles and make its way to Washington, D.C., for the State of the Union, according to a Department of Homeland Security bulletin obtained by NBC News.
Sen. Steffen, a member of the Senate’s health committee, persuaded it to require pharmacists to fill prescriptions of ivermectin and to make it easy for parents to claim religious exemptions from childhood immunization requirements.