For months, the supply of coronavirus vaccines did not match how many people wanted their Covid-19 shot. But now, many hospitals and health providers are seeing a drop in demand just as the supply has caught up.
Following the passing of a bill in the South Carolina Legislature, Colleton County School District says they are making plans to allow students currently learning virtually to transition to in-person learning on Monday.
Rep. JA Moore has filed the “Caution Against Racially Exploitative Non-Emergencies” (CAREN) Act, which would allow an individual to take civil action against someone who uses a 911 call to “intentionally inflict harm on that person.”
Lowcountry law enforcement officers are being trained to respond to overdose calls in a way that leads to recovery rather than arrest. FAVOR Lowcountry and WakeUp Carolina have partnered to teach officers how to interact with people who have experienced an overdose and offer them support.