American flags on Lockwood Blvd. to remember September 11th | Photo by Andy Brack

America remembers September 11 with coronavirus precautions. This year people are commemorating September 11th differently, with some traditions altered or changed to accommodate social distancing. Source: AP

Summerville firefighter to run 100 miles for 9/11 charities. David Moore, a Summerville firefighter, will run 100 miles to raise money for and honor local veterans, first responders, and their families. Source: P&C

McMaster unhappy school districts not offering five day in-class option. In a press conference yesterday, Gov. Henry McMaster said that he was concerned that all school districts aren’t offering a five day in-person option for students returning to schools. “If state law allowed me as governor to require school districts to provide in person instruction, five days a week, as an option, I would have issued the executive order months ago,” McMaster said. Source: WCSC

S.C. DHEC public health director leaving after short stint. Less than six hours after it was announced that Dr. Joan Duwve, South Carolina’s Department of Health and Environmental Concern’s public health director, would take over Ohio’s health department, she removed her name from consideration, citing personal reasons. On Friday, DHEC announced she would step down from her post at the department. She is the second top official to leave since the pandemic started. Source: AP, DHEC

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