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By HEATHER WALTERS The number of Colleton County residents who are receiving the COVID-19 vaccine is increasing. As of Monday, March 24, there are 9,722 Colleton residents who have completed … more
By HEATHER WALTERSColleton County residents wanting to get a COVID-19 vaccine can still do so, as more vaccination clinics are being scheduled in the county. A COVID-19 vaccination clinic will be … more
BY HEATHER WALTERS State and national health officials now say children as young as 12 years old can receive the COVID-19 vaccine. The S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control … more

By HEATHER WALTERS Those who are now vaccinated against COVID-19 can feel a little safer when doing activities, especially when those activities are outdoor. With warmer weather now upon us, … more
By VICKI BROWN Walterboro’s Urgent Care, located on Bells Highway, set up tents and tables in the parking lot of Faith Church on Saturday to give COVID-19 vaccinations. To make it easier for … more
According to the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control: 34.6 percent of all South Carolina residents have a complete, or full, vaccination; 43.4 percent of all state residents have had … more
By HEATHER WALTERS The number of South Carolinians who are vaccinated against COVID-19 is increasing. According to the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC), 42 percent … more

The National Weather Service in Charleston has extended their Fire Danger Statement into Friday evening due to low relative humidity and critically low fuel moistures that will result in an increased … more
By HEATHER WALTERS Upcoming COVID-19 vaccination clinics will be held in Colleton County. As part of the state’s COVID-19 vaccination plan, South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster and the S.C. … more
By HEATHER WALTERS Approximately 29 percent of all South Carolina residents are now fully vaccinated, but Colleton County’s vaccination rate is inching forward slowly. According to … more
By HEATHER WALTERS All South Carolina residents age 16 and over can now receive their COVID-19 vaccination. As a part of the state’s plan to vaccinate South Carolina residents, a four-phase … more

By HEATHER WALTERS Those planning funerals for relatives who died as a result of a positive COVID-19 case can now receive financial help from federal authorities. Last week, the Federal Emergency … more
By HEATHER WALTERS South Carolina’s top health leaders have issued a warning to South Carolina residents about the Johnson & Johnson vaccine against COVID-19. According to officials with … more
By HEATHER WALTERS    Any Colleton County resident over the age of 16 and who wants to receive the COVID-19 vaccine can now receive it, according to South Carolina’s COVID-19 … more
By HEATHER WALTERS      As more people become vaccinated against the COVID-19 respiratory virus, state health officials look toward the Palmetto State’s population … more

By HEATHER WALTERS    All South Carolina residents over the age of 16 can now receive the COVID-19 vaccine.  According to the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental … more
By HEATHER WALTERS    The Colleton County School Board has voted 6-1 to expand the district’s in-person learning.  The vote was taken during a special-called school … more
By HEATHER WALTERS    Colleton Medical Center now has extended visitor hours for its patients.  The new visitor hours began on Monday, March 29th. They allow visitors to see … more
By HEATHER WALTERS    The Colleton Health Department will offer a first-dose vaccination clinic against COVID-19 on March 31st for Colleton residents listed in the Phase1B group. This … more

By Natasha Chatman  Contributor    The Fetter Health Care Network announced Monday that it will be hosting COVID-19 vaccination clinics in Walterboro and Edisto Island. … more
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