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COVID-19 Information as of 05/14/2020

SC HealthViz COVID-19 Information

COVID-19 The COVID-19 pandemic presents an urgent need for data and tools that states, health care decision-makers, and providers can use to predict demand and direct resources. On this website, you will find information at the national, state, and South Carolina initiative levels. As they become available, this website will include content changes and new resources, ensuring timely and reliable information.
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COVID-19 Risk Calculator

As COVID-19 Case counts and deaths continue to rise in the United States and around the world, Mathematica has created a risk calculator to give individuals a rough estimate of the risk that people with similar characteristics as them have of contracting COVID-19.


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Mathematica

Mathematica, in partnership with the National Association of Health Data Organizations (NAHDO), has compiled a collection of public databases, analytic tools, and insights relevant to the pandemic. As information is quickly changing and developing, it is an essential resource about COVID-19. Click here to go to the site.

Johns Hopkins University

Coronavirus COVID-19 Global, National, State and US County Cases by the Center for Systems and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University. This site provides an interactive, web-based map to track cases of the virus around the world. Click here to go to the site.

COVID-19 Legal Research Resources

The Temple University's Center for Public Health Law Research webpage catalogs resources tracking emergency declarations, mitigation policies, and other topic-specific resources available at every jurisdictional level in response to COVID-19. Click here to go to the site.

Centers for Disease Control (CDC) – COVID-19 Resources

The CDC website provides guidance, protocols, and links to obtain actionable information on COVID-19. Click here to go to the site.

Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS)

CMS has dedicated this section of their site to providing information and updates on COVID-19. Click here to go to the site.

The American Diabetes Association (ADA)

The American Diabetes Association has information and webinars related to COVID-19. To access the webinars, click on the webinar link from the general COVID-19 page. To view the recorded webinar, you must click on the webinar screen and maximize it. Click here to go to the site.

South Carolina now has a website the state government intends to be a one-stop shop for COVID-19 related information. The website, accelerate.sc.gov, is part of the Accelerate SC group formed by Gov. Henry McMaster tasked with coming up with recommendations for reopening the state’s economy after businesses closed to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus, which is sweeping the globe.

SC Department of Health and Human Services (SCDHHS) Healthy Connections Medicaid Program

As a part of the state's preparation and response to COVID-19, SCDHHS is announcing several policy changes and resources to protect the health and well-being of South Carolina Healthy Connections Medicaid members by ensuring ongoing access to care. Included on their site is temporary provider policy guidance. The information provided is unique to the Healthy Connections Medicaid program and other SCDHHS-administered programs. Click here to go to the site..

South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) COVID-19

For the latest public health information, resources, and guidance, please visit the SC DHEC COVID-19 website. Click here to go to the site.

South Carolina Office of Rural Health

The SC Office of Rural Health has curated resources from global, federal, and state agencies to guide health care workers and to provide recommendations for the public and assistance for communities. Click here to go to the site.

South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce (DEW)

The Employment and Workforce COVID-19 hub provides the most up-to-date SC information on employment and COVID-19. Click here to go to the site.

South Carolina Emergency Management Division (SCEMD)

The SCEMD website provides information on statewide updates and recordings of Governor McMaster's press conferences. Click here to go to the site.

Carolina Family Engagement Center (CFEC)

CFEC, together with SC School Improvement Council, is working to bring resources, guidance, and information to schools, families, and communities seeking ways to find essential tools to meet the needs of families. The CFEC COVID-19 Resource website provides a variety of resources. Click here to go to the site.

South Carolina Hospital Association (SCHA)

South Carolina’s hospitals and health systems are battling COVID-19 on the front lines. SCHA provides updates on COVID-19, hospital bed surge planning, personal protective equipment, and more. Click here to go to the site.

South Carolina Department of Insurance

The South Carolina Department of Insurance has compiled information from health insurance providers in South Carolina. The COVID-19 website has links that provide full details for each provider. Click here to go to the site.

SC Department of Commerce

Non-Essential Business Listing :
The SC Emergency Management Division and the SC Department of Commerce have developed a list of industries deemed “non-essential” that closed temporarily effective Monday, April 6, 2020. “Non-essential” businesses, venues, facilities, services, activities, and retail stores will be closed to non-employees and will not be open for access or use by the public or shall not take place. These include businesses where access is limited and based on membership. Effective Tuesday, April 7, 2020, at 5:00 p.m., businesses not identified on the Non-Essential Businesses Listing at the link below must limit the number of customers allowed to enter the premises, ensure social distancing, and implement sanitation methods. Click here to go to the site.

Agency COVID-19 Resources: Click here to go to the site.

SC Department of Social Services

COVID-19 Update: Click here to go to the site.
Note: For the safety of the public and staff as they respond to the COVID-19 Emergency, all DSS offices will be closed to the public, effective Thursday, March 19, 2020. Please contact your local DSS office to be assisted by phone.

Links are found below for information about submitting applications forthe following programs.
SNAP Benefits: Click here to go to the site.
Note: SNAP Alert
There are no emergency or additional COVID-19-related SNAP benefits available for South Carolina residents who do not qualify for regular SNAP. Emergency SNAP supplements are only for those households already receiving SNAP benefits or households who meet all income and other eligibility requirements for the regular SNAP program.

TANF Benefits: Click here to go to the site.

South Carolina Department of Education

Agency COVID-19 information as related to South Carolina schools. Click here to go to the site.

National BOI Resources

American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG)

ACOG is a professional membership organization for obstetricians and gynecologists that is dedicated to women’s health. This site provides the latest guidance and information on best practices and COVID-19. Click here to go to the site.

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)

The AAP site provides information on COVID-19, covering topics ranging from kids and masks to breastfeeding for pediatricians, physicians, and caregivers. Click here to go to the site.

American Society of Reproductive Medicine(ACRP)

ACRP has links with resources for patients and health care providers.
Click here to go to the Patients link.
The health professionals link includes recommendations, statements and webinars on COVID-19 for health professionals. Click here to go to the Health Professionals link.

Johns Hopkins Medicine Organization

Johns Hopkins Medicine's link focuses on information related to COVID-19 in babies and kids. Click here to go to the site.

March of Dimes

The March of Dimes site has information on the impact of COVID-19 on moms and babies. Click here to go to the site.

The Society for Maternal Fetal Medicine (SMFM)

SMFM is closely monitoring how COVID-19 is affecting mothers and babies. They have compiled COVID-19 information for health care providers and families. SMFM also provides COVID-19 information on Facebook, Twitter, and though text messages. Click here to go to the site.

Society for Women’s Health Research

COVID-19 is a potential threat to women’s physical, mental, emotional, social, and financial health. The Society for Women’s Health Research, a national nonprofit dedicated to improving women’s health, has resources on COVID-19, including webinars. Click here to go to the site.

Before, Between & Beyond (BB&B)

BB&B is a preconception source and training for professionals created by the National Preconception Health & Health Care Initiative (PPHHC). PPHHC is coordinated by the Center for Maternal and Infant Health under the University of North Carolina School of Medicine. In addition to other preconception care information, BB&B has a fact sheet, Getting Pregnant -- Or Not-- During the Time of Corona. Click here to go to the site.

National Perinatal Association

The National Perinatal Association has compiled information and resources. Click here to go to the site.

Moms Rising

Moms Rising is a bilingual website dedicated to critical women’s issues that offers all information in Spanish as well as English. It also examines issues related to minorities and includes COVID-19 information. Click here to go to the site.

Every Mother Counts

Every Mother Counts focuses on maternal health efforts to make pregnancy and childbirth safer for everyone, everywhere. Click here to go to the site.

SC Birth Outcomes Initiative and COVID-19 Resources

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Mathematica

Mathematica, in partnership with the National Association of Health Data Organizations (NAHDO), has compiled a collection of public databases, analytic tools, and insights relevant to the pandemic. As information is quickly changing and developing, it is an essential resource about COVID-19. Click here to go to the site.

Johns Hopkins University

Coronavirus COVID-19 Global, National, State and US County Cases by the Center for Systems and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University. This site provides an interactive, web-based map to track cases of the virus around the world. Click here to go to the site.

COVID-19 Legal Research Resources

The Temple University's Center for Public Health Law Research webpage catalogs resources tracking emergency declarations, mitigation policies, and other topic-specific resources available at every jurisdictional level in response to COVID-19. Click here to go to the site.

Centers for Disease Control (CDC) – COVID-19 Resources

The CDC website provides guidance, protocols, and links to obtain actionable information on COVID-19. Click here to go to the site.

Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS)

CMS has dedicated this section of their site to providing information and updates on COVID-19. Click here to go to the site.

The American Diabetes Association (ADA)

The American Diabetes Association has information and webinars related to COVID-19. To access the webinars, click on the webinar link from the general COVID-19 page. To view the recorded webinar, you must click on the webinar screen and maximize it. Click here to go to the site.

South Carolina now has a website the state government intends to be a one-stop shop for COVID-19 related information. The website, accelerate.sc.gov, is part of the Accelerate SC group formed by Gov. Henry McMaster tasked with coming up with recommendations for reopening the state’s economy after businesses closed to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus, which is sweeping the globe.

SC Department of Health and Human Services (SCDHHS) Healthy Connections Medicaid Program

As a part of the state's preparation and response to COVID-19, SCDHHS is announcing several policy changes and resources to protect the health and well-being of South Carolina Healthy Connections Medicaid members by ensuring ongoing access to care. Included on their site is temporary provider policy guidance. The information provided is unique to the Healthy Connections Medicaid program and other SCDHHS-administered programs. Click here to go to the site..

South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) COVID-19

For the latest public health information, resources, and guidance, please visit the SC DHEC COVID-19 website. Click here to go to the site.

South Carolina Office of Rural Health

The SC Office of Rural Health has curated resources from global, federal, and state agencies to guide health care workers and to provide recommendations for the public and assistance for communities. Click here to go to the site.

South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce (DEW)

The Employment and Workforce COVID-19 hub provides the most up-to-date SC information on employment and COVID-19. Click here to go to the site.

South Carolina Emergency Management Division (SCEMD)

The SCEMD website provides information on statewide updates and recordings of Governor McMaster's press conferences. Click here to go to the site.

Carolina Family Engagement Center (CFEC)

CFEC, together with SC School Improvement Council, is working to bring resources, guidance, and information to schools, families, and communities seeking ways to find essential tools to meet the needs of families. The CFEC COVID-19 Resource website provides a variety of resources. Click here to go to the site.

South Carolina Hospital Association (SCHA)

South Carolina’s hospitals and health systems are battling COVID-19 on the front lines. SCHA provides updates on COVID-19, hospital bed surge planning, personal protective equipment, and more. Click here to go to the site.

South Carolina Department of Insurance

The South Carolina Department of Insurance has compiled information from health insurance providers in South Carolina. The COVID-19 website has links that provide full details for each provider. Click here to go to the site.

SC Department of Commerce

Non-Essential Business Listing :
The SC Emergency Management Division and the SC Department of Commerce have developed a list of industries deemed “non-essential” that closed temporarily effective Monday, April 6, 2020. “Non-essential” businesses, venues, facilities, services, activities, and retail stores will be closed to non-employees and will not be open for access or use by the public or shall not take place. These include businesses where access is limited and based on membership. Effective Tuesday, April 7, 2020, at 5:00 p.m., businesses not identified on the Non-Essential Businesses Listing at the link below must limit the number of customers allowed to enter the premises, ensure social distancing, and implement sanitation methods. Click here to go to the site.

Agency COVID-19 Resources: Click here to go to the site.

SC Department of Social Services

COVID-19 Update: Click here to go to the site.
Note: For the safety of the public and staff as they respond to the COVID-19 Emergency, all DSS offices will be closed to the public, effective Thursday, March 19, 2020. Please contact your local DSS office to be assisted by phone.

Links are found below for information about submitting applications forthe following programs.
SNAP Benefits: Click here to go to the site.
Note: SNAP Alert
There are no emergency or additional COVID-19-related SNAP benefits available for South Carolina residents who do not qualify for regular SNAP. Emergency SNAP supplements are only for those households already receiving SNAP benefits or households who meet all income and other eligibility requirements for the regular SNAP program.

TANF Benefits: Click here to go to the site.

South Carolina Department of Education

Agency COVID-19 information as related to South Carolina schools. Click here to go to the site.

National BOI Resources

American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG)

ACOG is a professional membership organization for obstetricians and gynecologists that is dedicated to women’s health. This site provides the latest guidance and information on best practices and COVID-19. Click here to go to the site.

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)

The AAP site provides information on COVID-19, covering topics ranging from kids and masks to breastfeeding for pediatricians, physicians, and caregivers. Click here to go to the site.

American Society of Reproductive Medicine(ACRP)

ACRP has links with resources for patients and health care providers.
Click here to go to the Patients link.
The health professionals link includes recommendations, statements and webinars on COVID-19 for health professionals. Click here to go to the Health Professionals link.

Johns Hopkins Medicine Organization

Johns Hopkins Medicine's link focuses on information related to COVID-19 in babies and kids. Click here to go to the site.

March of Dimes

The March of Dimes site has information on the impact of COVID-19 on moms and babies. Click here to go to the site.

The Society for Maternal Fetal Medicine (SMFM)

SMFM is closely monitoring how COVID-19 is affecting mothers and babies. They have compiled COVID-19 information for health care providers and families. SMFM also provides COVID-19 information on Facebook, Twitter, and though text messages. Click here to go to the site.

Society for Women’s Health Research

COVID-19 is a potential threat to women’s physical, mental, emotional, social, and financial health. The Society for Women’s Health Research, a national nonprofit dedicated to improving women’s health, has resources on COVID-19, including webinars. Click here to go to the site.

Before, Between & Beyond (BB&B)

BB&B is a preconception source and training for professionals created by the National Preconception Health & Health Care Initiative (PPHHC). PPHHC is coordinated by the Center for Maternal and Infant Health under the University of North Carolina School of Medicine. In addition to other preconception care information, BB&B has a fact sheet, Getting Pregnant -- Or Not-- During the Time of Corona. Click here to go to the site.

National Perinatal Association

The National Perinatal Association has compiled information and resources. Click here to go to the site.

Moms Rising

Moms Rising is a bilingual website dedicated to critical women’s issues that offers all information in Spanish as well as English. It also examines issues related to minorities and includes COVID-19 information. Click here to go to the site.

Every Mother Counts

Every Mother Counts focuses on maternal health efforts to make pregnancy and childbirth safer for everyone, everywhere. Click here to go to the site.

SC Birth Outcomes Initiative and COVID-19 Resources

Click on to get the full information
If you are unable to see a particular portion of the map please use the plus (+) and minus (-) buttons located or use your mouse to pan around the map area