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Transmission electron micrograph of SARS-CoV-2 virus particles isolated from a patient.

Endemic COVID

July 22, 2021

As COVID cases rise in Tri-county, scientist says we’re shifting from “pandemic” to “endemic” situation.

Girl wearing a mask.

School Masks

July 21, 2021

As American Academy of Pediatrics urges everyone over 2 to mask up in school, pediatrician sees worrying uptick in “winter viruses.”

Antibodies attacking neuron in 3D illustration. Concept of autoimmune neurologic diseases. iStock


July 15, 2021

Guillain-Barre syndrome expert “cautiously skeptical” about idea that COVID-19 vaccine may have caused people to get GBS.

Illustration of the coronavirus.

Upward Trend

July 15, 2021

For third week in a row, COVID cases are up in Tri-county area. Scientist says it’s tough to predict next peak.

The words Lambda Strain on an illustration of the lambda variant.

Lambda Variant

July 09, 2021

Lambda variant has showed up in a COVID-19 sample at the Medical University of South Carolina, and turns out it’s not the first such case in the state.

Illustration of Delta COVID-19 variant.

Delta Danger?

July 01, 2021

Scientist says current COVID risk is low in Tri-county area, but worries Delta variant is flying under radar.

four health care workers pose on the porch of a clinic

Global COVID

June 25, 2021

Faculty and staff at MUSC are sharing their hard-won knowledge about COVID-19 with colleagues across the globe who are fighting new waves in infections.

Group of musicians, including Darius Rucker, on a stage at night with blue glowing lights around them

Beachfront Concert

June 25, 2021

Charleston-born musician Darius Rucker threw a concert for front-line workers, and it was the closest thing we've seen to normal in a long time.

MUSC pediatric phlebotomist Kqiana Young draws Nolan Rivers' blood in a COVID-19 vaccine trial.

Young Participants

June 16, 2021

Children as young as 2 join COVID vaccine trial at MUSC Children’s Health, an “incredibly important study that’s going to help eradicate the pandemic.”

A line of four different glazed doughnuts

Vaccine Q&A 13

June 10, 2021

States and employers are getting more creative with vaccine enticements. Dr. Scheurer talks about that as well as other topics in this week's Q&A.

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