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The S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control on Friday released new coronavirus totals, including seven deaths in The T&D Region.

Orangeburg County: 59 new cases, 2,118 total cases, 13.011 estimated cases and a total of 56 deaths and 1 probable death.

Bamberg County: 9 new cases, 421 total cases, 2,586 estimated cases and a total of 16 deaths.

Calhoun County: 7 new cases, 292 total cases, 1,794 estimated case and a total of 4 death and 3 probable deaths.

Here are the case totals for ZIP codes in The T&D Region:

• Bowman (29018) – 4 new cases, 78 total cases, 479 estimated cases

• Cope (29038) – 3 new cases, 50 total cases, 307 estimated cases

• Cordova (29039) – 3 new cases, 72 total cases, 442 estimated cases

• Elloree (29047) – 2 new cases, 111 total cases, 682 estimated cases

• Eutawville (29048) – 4 new cases, 88 total cases, 541 estimated cases

• Holly Hill (29059) – 5 new cases, 135 total cases, 829 estimated cases

• Neeses (29107) – 1 new case, 40 total cases, 246 estimated cases

• North (29112) – 1 new case, 130 total cases, 799 estimated cases

• Norway (29113) – 2 new cases, 46 total cases, 283 estimated cases

• Orangeburg (29115) – 12 new cases, 737 total cases, 4,527 estimated cases

• Orangeburg (29118) – 12 new cases, 342 total cases, 2,101 estimated cases

• Rowesville (29133) – 0 new cases, 17 total cases, 104 estimated cases

• Salley (29137) – 2 new cases, 32 total cases, 197 estimated cases

• Santee (29142) – 5 new cases, 135 total cases, 829 estimated cases

• Springfield (29146) – 1 new case, 18 total cases, 111 estimated cases

• Vance (29163) – 2 new cases, 58 total cases, 356 estimated cases

• Branchville (29432) – 1 new case, 51 total cases, 313 estimated cases

• Bamberg (29003) – 5 new cases, 236 total cases, 1,450 estimated cases

• Denmark (29042) – 4 new cases, 143 total cases, 878 estimated cases

• Ehrhardt (29081) – 0 new cases, 18 total cases, 111 estimated cases

• Smoaks (29481) – 0 new cases, 69 total cases, 424 estimated cases

• Olar (29843) – 0 new cases, 16 total cases, 98 estimated cases

• Cameron (29030) – 0 new cases, 50 total cases, 307 estimated cases

• Gaston (29053) – 7 new cases, 350 total cases, 2,150 estimated cases

• St. Matthews (29135) – 9 new cases, 234 total cases, 1,437 estimated cases

• Sandy Run (29160) – 1 new case, 112 total cases, 688 estimated cases

Estimated cases are based on evidence that for every known case of COVID-19, there could be up to nine people with the virus who remain unidentified in the community.

Some ZIP codes include people in more than one county. As examples, the Cope 29038 ZIP code includes portions of Orangeburg and Bamberg counties, the Orangeburg 29118 ZIP code extends into Calhoun County, and the Sandy Run ZIP code is in Lexington and Calhoun counties.

As new information is provided to DHEC, some changes in cases may occur. Cases are reported based on the person’s county of residence, as it is provided to the department. DHEC’s COVID-19 figures will adjust to reflect any reclassified cases.

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This article originally ran on thetandd.com.

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