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[image-1] 1,100 possible deaths. State officials are predicting more than 1,100 deaths from COVID-19 by August. Two weeks ago, they estimated 700 people would die from the virus in the state, but the uptick takes into account the end of the stay-at-home order and businesses reopening. Source: AP

81 percent. According to estimates from the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control, 81 percent of people with confirmed cases of COVID-19 have recovered. Source: WBTW

Man who had 90 weapons arrested. Feds say a man had 90 weapons and researched mass shootings. After an 18-month investigation, Edward Daniel Kimpton Jr., 25, was charged with wire fraud, mail fraud and illegal possession of machine guns. During a search, authorities found 90 weapons, 23,763 bullets, body armor, and five bump stocks, which make regular assault rifles automatic weapons. Kimpton was a student at Midlands Technical College. Source: AP

40 percent. According to a S.C. Chamber of Commerce survey, 40 percent of businesses reported laying off or furloughing employees. Another 40 percent reported considering or making a pay cut for employees. Source: Greenville News

Sign of things to come. Gov. Henry McMaster said either this week or next they would announce their decision on how to reopen salons and barbershops. Source: P&C