SC's lieutenant governor tests positive for COVID-19, begins home quarantine

COLUMBIA, S.C. — South Carolina Lt. Gov. Pamela Evette tested positive for the coronavirus over the weekend, according to the Governor’s Office.Evette, 53, first reported experiencing COVID-19 symptoms — a sore throat and a headache — Thursday morning, Gov. Henry McMaster’s spokesman Brian Symmes said.Evette tested positive after keeping a busy schedule during the preceding two weeks, which included appearances at two women’s business centers and attendance at President Donald Trump’s Republican National Convention acceptance speech at the White House.McMaster and his wife, Peggy, were each te…

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