The Food Drug Administration is meeting this week to consider giving half doses of Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine to people ages 18-55.
The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control held a virtual press conference Monday afternoon to update the state’s coronavirus vaccination efforts.
You may have heard warnings about COVID-19 vaccines and severe allergic reactions, but a group of allergists is making sure people know the vaccine is safe for most people with common allergies.
Some state lawmakers are questioning the pace of the state’s coronavirus vaccine rollout, even as the the Department of Health and Environmental Control says it is vaccinating people at a faster rate than most of the country.
Governor McMaster calls on DHEC to disclose information about status and location of COVID-19 vaccine doses to the public
On Thursday, Governor Henry McMaster wrote a letter to the chairman of the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, asking the department to provide the public with information about the status and location of every coronavirus vaccine dose in the state.
On Thursday, the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental control provided an update on the state’s coronavirus vaccination effort.
The British government says regulators have just approved the Oxford-Astrazeneca coronavirus vaccine.
This week CVS began vaccinating staff and residents of long-term care facilities across the state.
Two COVID-19 vaccines have been authorized, one from Pfizer and one from Moderna. Now, a there is a warning from the FBI about scammers trying to cash in on those vaccines.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s COVID Data Tracker has reported just more than two million people have received their first vaccine dose as of Monday morning. The administration said the goal was for 20 million people to be vaccinated by the end of the year.