Testing & SC Data (COVID-19)

Sunday, March 29, 3:30 pm 
This page will be updated regularly as information becomes available. 


DHEC's Public Health Laboratory receives samples from healthcare providers that can be testing for COVID-19. Recently, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved some private labs in South Carolina to also conduct CDC-approved testing for COVID-19. These labs are required to report cases of the virus to DHEC. 

COVID-19 Testing in South Carolina

Negative tests (Public Health Laboratory only) 3,587


Positive Cases Indicated by ZIP Code and Heat Map

The ZIP-code level information here as well as the heat map available here indicate reported cases of COVID-19 for the previous 14 days, as that is the time-frame for when an individual would be contagious. However, there are many people within our communities who have the virus and have never been tested, and because of this, we’ll never have information that accurately represents every case of COVID-19. Regardless of the number of reported cases within an area, all South Carolinians should take seriously the recommended precautions for protecting against this disease. 

COVID-19 Resources & Guidance News Releases, Information & Videos



Estimated Projections for Potential New Cases of COVID-19 in South Carolina

March 5 – May 2, 2020
Updated on March 24, 2020

These estimates were produced on March 24, 2020 and may be updated as new data is provided. This data projects 2,657 cumulative cases by April 2 and 8,053 cases by May 2. It is important to note that projected data is estimated and may change significantly due to various factors.


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SC Data

Wednesday, March 25, 3:46 pm 
The additional data below will be updated every Wednesday afternoon. 


COVID-19 bar graph


COVID-19 bar graph


COVID-19 Table


COVID-19 pie chart


COVID-19 pie chart


COVID-19 pie chart




COVID-19 Career of Service