Four days in a row, South Carolina’s COVID-19 case count jumped by more than 200. It was the first time the state had more than two days in a row since the pandemic began. Technically, DHEC recorded only three of the four. The first of the days — Thursday, May 21 — was pushed over the 200 mark by South Carolina residents who tested positive in other states. If this was noteworthy, why didn’t the headlines and warnings about a “second wave” follow?