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COVID-19 in South Dakota: 564 new total cases; Death toll rises to 946; Active cases at 17,184 – KELOLAND.com

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Active cases are now at 17,184, up from Sunday (16,930).

There have been 531 deaths reported in November. The deaths were reported in Day, Fall River and Hutchinson Counties.

Overall individuals evaluated negative is now at 248,388, up from Sunday (247,844).

On Monday, 564 new total coronavirus cases were revealed bringing the states total case count to 80,464, up from Sunday (79,900). Overall recuperated cases are now at 62,334, up from Monday (62,027).

On Monday, 1,108 new persons tested were reported. Mondays beginner checked positivity-rate is 50%.

PIERRE, S.D. (KELO)– South Dakota exceeded 80,000 coronavirus cases as 3 brand-new COVID-19 deaths were reported in Mondays update from the South Dakota Department of Health.

There have been 531 deaths reported in November. The deaths were reported in Day, Fall River and Hutchinson Counties.

Just 6 of South Dakotas 66 counties are not noted as having “significant” neighborhood spread.

The most recent 7-day all test positivity-rate, reported by the DOH, is 13.5%. The DOH determines that based upon the outcomes of the PCR test results however does not release total numbers for how numerous PCR tests are done daily. The DOH 1-day PCR test positivity-rate is reported at 17%.

The DOH 1-day PCR test positivity-rate is reported at 17%.

Present hospitalizations are at 546, up from Sunday (544 ). Overall hospitalizations are at 4,502, up from Sunday (4,468).

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