COVID-19 Main Dashboard Overview & Instructions
The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) has developed an interactive COVID-19 Dashboard to help keep you better informed of the latest statewide and community-level public health data related to COVID-19.
The dashboard includes 5 interactive data pages that allow you to view data that’s specific to each county:
Provides a broad overview of COVID-19 in South Carolina and in each of our 46 counties. From the home page you can navigate to any of the other data pages.
Displays the total number of COVID-19 tests and type of COVID-19 tests (molecular or serology) performed. It also includes the percent of those tests that had a positive result. To view county-level details, simply click on a county of interest. For testing details within a certain time period, change the start and end dates displayed on the date slider at the top and center of the page. The number of tests for each county is based on the county of residence of the individuals tested.
Displays the number of confirmed and probable cases. In addition to statewide and county-level data, you can also view confirmed and probable cases by ZIP code. Click on a county of interest to view county-level details. *To provide a more complete picture of the impact of COVID-19, cases are broken-down by reported race, ethnicity, sex and age. To view case counts for a certain time period, change the start and end dates displayed on the date slider at the top center of the page. Cases are reported based on the county of residence of the individual.
Displays the number of individuals currently hospitalized due to complications of COVID-19. You can view county-level details by clicking on a county of interest. *Individuals hospitalized are broken down by race, ethnicity, sex and age in order to provide a more complete picture of the impact of COVID-19.
Displays the number of individuals in South Carolina who have died from COVID-19. *Cases are broken-down by race, ethnicity, sex and age in order to provide a more complete picture of the impact of COVID-19. Hospitalization is based on the patient’s reported county of residence.
We hope this dashboard is helpful in answering your questions regarding COVID-19 in your community. We will continue to build out the analysis and features available within this dashboard in support of South Carolina’s response to COVID-19.
*Note: To protect individual privacy and in line with DHEC and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reporting practices for infectious disease activity, the data provided is not broken down by race, ethnicity, sex and age if there are fewer than 5 cases.
Instructions for Navigating the Dashboard
Navigating to Data Pages
In the header of the home page there are 4 boxes: (1) Number of Tests, (2) Cases, (3) Hospitalizations and (4) Deaths. Click on the number in the box to navigate to the page of interest.
Return to Home
In the upper left corner of each data pages you will find a “Home” button. Hover over the button with your curser and click to return to the home page.
Using the Maps
To view detailed county-level data, hover over the desired county on the state map. A black outline will highlight the county borders. Click once.
Using this feature will make the data on the page specific to the selected county. This feature is available on all data pages.
*Note: the title of each graph will change from “All” to “County Name” to let you know which information you are currently viewing.
To view data for a specific time period, use the date slider to select the start and end dates. Slide the timeline or click on the date and use the calendar pop-up. This feature is only available on the “Testing” and “Cases” dashboards.
To view additional details regarding a graphic, hover over the desired information and, if available, more detailed notes will display in a pop-up information box.
*Note: Data is updated daily and is current as of 11:59 p.m. for the day prior. For ease of use, the most recent date of data is displayed in the header of each page. Please note that data are provisional and subject to change as we receive new information.