COVID-19 Updates

Updated June 24, 2022

We continue to monitor the spread of COVID-19, also known as the novel coronavirus. As the situation continues to evolve, you may have questions about your coverage or what to do if you feel sick. We’ve pulled together some information and resources that can help.

Visit our Frequently Asked Questions About COVID-19 page to learn more about the virus, vaccines, testing and treatment, and more. We'll update these FAQs as new information becomes available.

For more information and updates on COVID-19 vaccines, please visit the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) website at or the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website at

Feeling sick?

See our COVID-19 Basics blog to learn more about COVID-19 symptoms, steps you can take to help prevent the spread of illness and what to do if you suspect you may have been exposed to the virus.

Keep up to date on the latest information

The news on COVID-19 is changing rapidly. And there’s a lot of misinformation out there. For the latest information on COVID-19, we recommend that you turn to trusted public health organizations such as:

The CDC, NIH, DHEC and WHO are independent organizations that provide health information you may find useful.

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Scams during COVID-19

As COVID-19 evolves, scammers have looked to capitalize on the pandemic. Fraudsters are targeting people in a number of ways, including door-to-door visits, social media platforms (i.e., Facebook, Twitter, etc.) and telemarketing.

Here's how you can protect yourself.

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