Beginning March 1, the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control will change its COVID-19 testing strategy. Due to the accuracy, convenience, and widespread availability of at-home rapid antigen tests, as well as a considerable decline in demand for drive-through PCR testing, the COVID-19 testing strategy will shift toRead More

The city of Clemson is providing free COVID-19 saliva testing to everyone in the Upstate region through collaboration with Clemson University. The tests include a small sample of saliva in a tube from each patient at the Nettles Park location. The test result has a 90% accuracy and can beRead More

The Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) has been conducting a series of testing events across the Upstate in the past months since the COVID-19 pandemic started. Once again DHEC is sponsoring a series of COVID-19 testing events in the Upstate, as they continuously urge Upstate residents to haveRead More

The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) is holding another COVID-19 testing across the Upstate this week. The tests are always free of cost and it’s open to anyone regardless of symptoms, and don’t require an appointment or referral from a doctor, although preregistering is recommended.  Pre-registerRead More

Prisma Health announced that starting today they will shift its community testing hours to 8 a.m to noon this week in anticipation of summer heat to make it comfortable for both patients and staff members. The drive-thru COVID-19 testing is done in partnership with the South Carolina Department of HealthRead More