The Department of Health and Environmental Control says pausing the distribution of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine will have “less of an impact” on South Carolina than if the other authorized vaccines were put on hold.
Georgia isn’t the only state that has considered new election-related laws this year.Two bills have passed key hurdles in the State House that would change voting laws in South Carolina and change who oversees elections.
A top official from the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control says she worries South Carolinians are rushing to return to normal despite the fact that fewer than 15% of residents are fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
There are three bills working through the statehouse now that members of the transgender community say target them or leave them out. They say the simple message behind these bills puts lives in danger.
Gov. Henry McMaster said this summer will look better than last, but our state is not ready to go 100-percent back to normal. That’s despite big vaccination events starting to take place around the state.