According to the CDC, beginning December 6, all air travelers, regardless of citizenship or vaccination status, will be required to present a negative pre-departure COVID-19 viral test taken the day before they travel to the United States, rather than the current policy of requiring a pre-travel test taken within threeRead More

Clemson University has recently announced that they will revert to online-only classes after the Thanksgiving holiday break. In-person class final day is on November 24, Tuesday. Below is the letter sent by the university to students and staff: “Dear students and employees: After careful consideration and significant consultation with theRead More

The Convalescent Plasma in the blood of a COVID-19 survivor is known to contain COVID-19 antibodies that can attack the virus. It is being evaluated as a possible treatment for currently ill COVID-19 patients. Covid-19 survivors are encouraged to donate blood to help  in the recovery of COVID-19 patients.  TheRead More

The University of South Carolina announced on Thursday the cancellation of the traditional spring break. The school has revised the yearly week-long break into four days off throughout the semester, calling them “wellness days.” The change has been made as an effort to keep students from traveling on spring breakRead More

Now on its 15th year, Greenville’s annual wine and food festival Euphoria will still take place in September of 2020. Due to COVID-19 pandemic, event director Morgan Allen said Euphoria will look much different this year. Observing proper social distancing and other safety measures. “The health and safety of ourRead More

Due to COVID-19 pandemic schools quickly shift instructions from classroom to home, yet many students are unable to receive online instruction due to the lack of internet service at home. In some cases, internet subscriptions may not be affordable to some families. Under Act 142, the State Legislature has appropriatedRead More

On Wednesday Gov. Henry McMaster signed an executive order for additional safety guidelines that will help slow down the spread of COVID-19. McMaster during the news conference announced that face masks are required for all employees and customers at restaurants and all previously recommended guidelines of restaurants and other establishmentsRead More

The Southern Eye Associates in Greenville is holding a one-day clinic that offers free eye care for uninsured patients who are in need of an eye exam and vision correction. It’s a one-day clinic on Saturday, July 25.  The Servants for Sight a non-profit organization teams up with surgeons andRead More