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Feb. 28 update

Two more South Dakotans with COVID-19 have died, bringing the death toll to 1,888.

The state reported 134 new COVID-19 cases today, bringing the total of all cases to 112,427.

The update includes a total of 28,011 cases in Minnehaha County, an increase of 38 from the previous report, and 7,751 cases in Lincoln County, an increase of 15.

The state has 1,933 active cases, which is 23 more than the day before. The state total includes 108,606 people who are reported as having recovered, which is 109 more than the previous report.

There are 89 people hospitalized, two fewer than the previous day. According to the report, there are 50 patients in the hospital with COVID-19 between Avera McKennan and Sanford USD Medical Center in Sioux Falls. Of those, 10 are in intensive care.

The total number that are or have been hospitalized is 6,626 people, an increase of 16.

There have been 310,122 negative tests statewide, an increase of 388.

Across the state, 144,585 people have received a COVID-19 vaccine, an increase of 4,368 from the previous report. The number of doses administered has reached 221,231, meaning 76,646 people have received both doses. So far, 25 percent of South Dakotans have received at least one dose, and 13 percent of the population has received both doses.

Feb. 27 update

Seven more South Dakotans with COVID-19 have died, bringing the death toll to 1,886.

The state reported 186 new COVID-19 cases today, bringing the total of all cases to 112,293.

The update includes a total of 27,973 cases in Minnehaha County, an increase of 48 from the previous report, and 7,736 cases in Lincoln County, an increase of 13.

The state has 1,910 active cases, which is 34 fewer than the day before. The state total includes 108,497 people who are reported as having recovered, which is 213 more than the previous report.

There are 91 people hospitalized, five fewer than the previous day. According to the report, there are 49 patients in the hospital with COVID-19 between Avera McKennan and Sanford USD Medical Center in Sioux Falls. Of those, 17 are in intensive care.

The total number that are or have been hospitalized is 6,610 people, an increase of 19.

There have been 309,734 negative tests statewide, an increase of 553.

Across the state, 140,217 people have received a COVID-19 vaccine, an increase of 4,074 from the previous report. The number of doses administered has reached 214,507, meaning 74,290 people have received both doses. So far, 25 percent of South Dakotans have received at least one dose, and nearly 13 percent of the population has received both doses.

Feb. 26 update

Seven more South Dakotans with COVID-19 have died, bringing the death toll to 1,879.

The state reported 143 new COVID-19 cases today, bringing the total of all cases to 112,107.

The update includes a total of 27,925 cases in Minnehaha County, an increase of 41 from the previous report, and 7,723 cases in Lincoln County, an increase of 13.

The state has 1,944 active cases, which is four fewer than the day before. The state total includes 108,284 people who are reported as having recovered, which is 140 more than the previous report.

There are 96 people hospitalized, four fewer than the previous day. According to the report, there are 53 patients in the hospital with COVID-19 between Avera McKennan and Sanford USD Medical Center in Sioux Falls. Of those, 13 are in intensive care.

The total number that are or have been hospitalized is 6,591 people, an increase of two.

There have been 309,181 negative tests statewide, an increase of 580.

Across the state, 136,143 people have received a COVID-19 vaccine, an increase of 5,995 from the previous report. The number of doses administered has reached 207,943, meaning 71,800 people have received both doses. So far, 24 percent of South Dakotans have received at least one dose, and 12 percent of the population has received both doses.

Feb. 25 update

Eight more South Dakotans with COVID-19 have died, bringing the death toll to 1,872.

The state reported 164 new COVID-19 cases today, bringing the total of all cases to 111,964.

The update includes a total of 27,884 cases in Minnehaha County, an increase of 47 from the previous report, and 7,710 cases in Lincoln County, an increase of 14.

The state has 1,948 active cases, which is 57 more than the day before. The state total includes 108,144 people who are reported as having recovered, which is 91 more than the previous report.

There are 100 people hospitalized, two fewer than the previous day. According to the report, there are 51 patients in the hospital with COVID-19 between Avera McKennan and Sanford USD Medical Center in Sioux Falls. Of those, 12 are in intensive care.

The total number that are or have been hospitalized is 6,589 people, an increase of 19.

There have been 308,601 negative tests statewide, an increase of 582.

Across the state, 130,148 people have received a COVID-19 vaccine, an increase of 3,052 from the previous report. The number of doses administered has reached 197,050, meaning 66,902 people have received both doses. So far, 23 percent of  South Dakotans have received at least one dose, and 12 percent of the population has received both doses.

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Feb. 24 update

The state reported 263 new COVID-19 cases today, bringing the total of all cases to 111,808.

The update includes a total of 27,837 cases in Minnehaha County, an increase of 52 from the previous report, and 7,696 cases in Lincoln County, an increase of 10.

The state has 1,891 active cases, a decrease of 47 from the day before. The state total includes 108,053 people who are reported as having recovered, which is 308 more than the previous report.

One more South Dakotan with COVID-19 has died, bringing the death toll to 1,864

There are 102 people hospitalized, 11 more than the previous day. According to the report, there are 58 patients in the hospital with COVID-19 between Avera McKennan and Sanford USD Medical Center in Sioux Falls. Of those, nine are in intensive care.

The total number that are or have been hospitalized is 6,570 people, an increase of 22.

There have been 308,019 negative tests statewide, an increase of 778.

Across the state, 127,096 people have received a COVID-19 vaccine, an increase of 3,645 from the previous report. The number of doses administered has reached 191,874, meaning 64,778 people have received both doses. So far, 22 percent of South Dakotans have received at least one dose, and 11 percent of the population has received both doses.

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Feb. 23 update

The state reported 212 new COVID-19 cases today, bringing the total of all cases to 111,546.

The update includes a total of 27,785 cases in Minnehaha County, an increase of 45 from the previous report, and 7,686 cases in Lincoln County, an increase of 18.

The state has 1,938 active cases, an increase of five from the day before. The state total includes 107,745 people who are reported as having recovered, which is 207 more than the previous report.

The number of South Dakotans with COVID-19 who have died remains unchanged at 1,863. Of that number, 1,657 deaths are considered to have been caused by the coronavirus. The state updates the “caused by” number every Tuesday.

There are 91 people hospitalized, unchanged from the previous day. According to the report, there are 53 patients in the hospital with COVID-19 between Avera McKennan and Sanford USD Medical Center in Sioux Falls. Of those, eight are in intensive care.

The total number that are or have been hospitalized is 6,548 people, an increase of 11.

There have been 307,241 negative tests statewide, an increase of 67.

Across the state, 123,451 people have received a COVID-19 vaccine, an increase of 402 from the previous report. The number of doses administered has reached 186,329, meaning 62,878 people have received both doses. So far, 18 percent of the population has received at least one dose and 9 percent has received both doses.

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Feb. 22 update

The state reported 30 new COVID-19 cases today, bringing the total of all cases to 111,334.

The update includes a total of 27,740 cases in Minnehaha County and 7,668 cases in Lincoln County, both of which are unchanged from the previous report.

The state has 1,933 active cases, a decrease of 33 from the day before. The state total includes 107,538 people who are reported as having recovered, which is 63 more than the previous report.

The number of South Dakotans with COVID-19 who have died remains unchanged at 1,863.

There are 91 people hospitalized, one more than the previous day. According to the report, there are 51 patients in the hospital with COVID-19 between Avera McKennan and Sanford USD Medical Center in Sioux Falls. Of those, four are in intensive care.

The total number that are or have been hospitalized is 6,537 people, an increase of 13.

There have been 306,570 negative tests statewide, an increase of 99.

Across the state, 123,049 people have received a COVID-19 vaccine, an increase of 424 from the previous report. The number of doses administered has reached 185,635, meaning 62,586 people have received both doses. So far, 18 percent of the population has received at least one dose and 9 percent has received both doses.

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Feb. 21 update

Four more South Dakotans with COVID-19 have died, bringing the death toll to 1,863.

The state reported 139 new COVID-19 cases today, bringing the total of all cases to 111,304.The update includes a total of 27,740 cases in Minnehaha County, which is 38 more than the previous report, and 7,668 cases in Lincoln County, an increase of eight.

The state has 1,966 active cases, a decrease of 31 from the day before. The state total includes 107,475 people who are reported as having recovered, which is 166 more than the previous report.

There are 90 people hospitalized, five fewer than the previous day. According to the report, there are 49 patients in the hospital with COVID-19 between Avera McKennan and Sanford USD Medical Center in Sioux Falls. Of those, eight are in intensive care.

The total number that are or have been hospitalized is 6,524 people, an increase of 15.

There have been 306,471 negative tests statewide, an increase of 301.

Across the state, 122,625 people have received a COVID-19 vaccine, an increase of 2,729 from the previous report. The number of doses administered has reached 184,841, meaning 62,216 people have received both doses. So far, 18 percent of the population has received at least one dose and 9 percent has received both doses.

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Feb. 20 update

Six more South Dakotans with COVID-19 have died, bringing the death toll to 1,859.

The state reported 147 new COVID-19 cases today, bringing the total of all cases to 111,165.The update includes a total of 27,702 cases in Minnehaha County, which is 33 more than the previous report, and 7,660 cases in Lincoln County, an increase of 11.

The state has 1,997 active cases, a decrease of 31 from the day before. The state total includes 107,309 people who are reported as having recovered, which is 172 more than the previous report.

There are 95 people hospitalized, four more than the previous day. According to the report, there are 57 patients in the hospital with COVID-19 between Avera McKennan and Sanford USD Medical Center in Sioux Falls. Of those, 13 are in intensive care.

The total number that are or have been hospitalized is 6,509 people, an increase of 17.

There have been 306,170 negative tests statewide, an increase of 646.

Across the state, 119,896 people have received a COVID-19 vaccine, an increase of 3,753 from the previous report. The number of doses administered has reached 180,296, meaning 60,400 people have received both doses. So far, 17 percent of the population has received at least one dose and 8.75 percent has received both doses.

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Feb. 19 update

Six more South Dakotans with COVID-19 have died, bringing the death toll to 1,853.

The state reported 147 new COVID-19 cases today, bringing the total of all cases to 111,018.The update includes a total of 27,669 cases in Minnehaha County, which is 29 more than the previous report, and 7,649 cases in Lincoln County, an increase of 20.

The state has 2,028 active cases, a decrease of 40 from the day before. The state total includes 107,137 people who are reported as having recovered, which is 181 more than the previous report.

There are 91 people hospitalized, one fewer than the previous day. According to the report, there are 57 patients in the hospital with COVID-19 between Avera McKennan and Sanford USD Medical Center in Sioux Falls. Of those, eight are in intensive care.

The total number that are or have been hospitalized is 6,492 people, an increase of 17.

There have been 305,524 negative tests statewide, an increase of 573.

Across the state, 116,143 people have received a COVID-19 vaccine, an increase of 5,384 from the previous report. The number of doses administered has reached 172,804, meaning 56,661 people have received both doses. So far, 17 percent of the population has received at least one dose and 8 percent has received both doses.

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Feb. 18 update

Three more South Dakotans with COVID-19 have died, bringing the death toll to 1,847.

The state reported 187 new COVID-19 cases today, bringing the total of all cases to 110,871.

The update includes a total of 27,640 cases in Minnehaha County, which is 40 more than the previous report, and 7,629 cases in Lincoln County, an increase of 12.

The state has 2,068 active cases, a decrease of four from the day before. The state total includes 106,956 people who are reported as having recovered, which is 187 more than the previous report.

There are 92 people hospitalized, two fewer than the previous day. According to the report, there are 61 patients in the hospital with COVID-19 between Avera McKennan and Sanford USD Medical Center in Sioux Falls. Of those, eight are in intensive care.

The total number that are or have been hospitalized is 6,475 people, an increase of nine.

There have been 304,951 negative tests statewide, an increase of 747.

Across the state, 110,759 people have received a COVID-19 vaccine, an increase of 3,419 from the previous report. The number of doses administered has reached 164,399, meaning 53,640 people have received both doses. So far, 16 percent of the population has received at least one dose and 8 percent has received both doses.

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Feb. 17 update

The state reported 95 new COVID-19 cases today, bringing the total of all cases to 110,685.

The update includes a total of 27,600 cases in Minnehaha County, which is 25 more than the previous report, and 7,617 cases in Lincoln County, an increase of eight.

The state has 2,072 active cases, a decrease of 132 from the day before. The state total includes 106,769 people who are reported as having recovered, which is 224 more than the previous report.

The number of South Dakotans with COVID-19 who have died remains unchanged at 1,844.

There are 94 people hospitalized, three fewer than the previous day. According to the report, there are 60 patients in the hospital with COVID-19 between Avera McKennan and Sanford USD Medical Center in Sioux Falls. Of those, nine are in intensive care.

The total number that are or have been hospitalized is 6,466 people, an increase of five.

There have been 304,204 negative tests statewide, an increase of 286.

Across the state, 107,340 people have received a COVID-19 vaccine, an increase of 2,425 from the previous report. The number of doses administered has reached 158,505, meaning 51,165 people have received both doses. So far, 16 percent of the population has received at least one dose and 7 percent has received both doses.

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Feb. 16 update

The state reported 218 new COVID-19 cases today, bringing the total of all cases to 110,593.

The update includes a total of 27,575 cases in Minnehaha County, which is 57 more than the previous report, and 7,609 cases in Lincoln County, an increase of 19.

The state has 2,204 active cases, an increase of 112 from the day before. The state total includes 106,545 people who are reported as having recovered, which is 105 more than the previous report.

The number of South Dakotans with COVID-19 who have died remains unchanged at 1,844. Of that number, 1,648 deaths are considered to have been caused by the coronavirus. The state updates the “caused by” number every Tuesday.

There are 97 people hospitalized, 11 more than the previous day. According to the report, there are 63 patients in the hospital with COVID-19 between Avera McKennan and Sanford USD Medical Center in Sioux Falls. Of those, nine are in intensive care.

The total number that are or have been hospitalized is 6,461 people, an increase of 15.

There have been 303,918 negative tests statewide, an increase of 510.

Across the state, 104,915 people have received a COVID-19 vaccine, an increase of 254 from the previous report. The number of doses administered has reached 155,260, meaning 50,345 people have received both doses. So far, 15 percent of the population has received at least one dose and 7 percent has received both doses.

Feb. 15 update

The state reported 61 new COVID-19 cases today, bringing the total of all cases to 110,376.

The update includes a total of 27,518 cases in Minnehaha County, which is 13 more than the previous report, and 7,590 cases in Lincoln County, an increase of two.

The state has 2,092 active cases, an increase of 19 from the day before. The state total includes 106,440 people who are reported as having recovered, which is 42 more than the previous report.

The number of South Dakotans with COVID-19 who have died remains unchanged at 1,844.

There are 86 people hospitalized, one fewer than the previous day. According to the report, there are 58 patients in the hospital with COVID-19 between Avera McKennan and Sanford USD Medical Center in Sioux Falls. Of those, 11 are in intensive care.

The total number that are or have been hospitalized is 6,446 people, an increase of eight.

There have been 303,408 negative tests statewide, an increase of 275.

Across the state, 104,661 people have received a COVID-19 vaccine, an increase of 766 from the previous report. The number of doses administered has reached 154,548 meaning 49,887 people have received both doses. So far, 15 percent of the population has received at least one dose and 7 percent has received both doses.

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Feb. 14 update

Six more South Dakotans with COVID-19 have died, bringing the statewide death toll to 1,844.

The state reported 110 new COVID-19 cases today, bringing the total of all cases to 110,315.

The update includes a total of 27,505 cases in Minnehaha County, which is 17 more than the previous report, and 7,588 cases in Lincoln County, an increase of seven.

The state has 2,073 active cases, a decrease of 46 from the day before. The state total includes 106,398 people who are reported as having recovered, which is 150 more than the previous report.

There are 87 people hospitalized, five more than the previous day. According to the report, there are 57 patients in the hospital with COVID-19 between Avera McKennan and Sanford USD Medical Center in Sioux Falls. Of those, 10 are in intensive care.

The total number that are or have been hospitalized is 6,438 people, an increase of seven.

There have been 303,133 negative tests statewide, an increase of 490.

Across the state, 103,895 people have received a COVID-19 vaccine, an increase of 2,842 from the previous report. The number of doses administered has reached 152,992 meaning 49,097 people have received both doses. So far, 15 percent of the population has received at least one dose and 7 percent has received both doses.

Feb. 13 update

Seven more South Dakotans with COVID-19 have died, bringing the statewide death toll to 1,838.

The state reported 137 new COVID-19 cases today, bringing the total of all cases to 110,205.

The update includes a total of 27,488 cases in Minnehaha County, which is 33 more than the previous report, and 7,581 cases in Lincoln County, an increase of four.

The state has 2,119 active cases, a decrease of 61 from the day before. The state total includes 106,248 people who are reported as having recovered, which is 191 more than the previous report.

There are 82 people hospitalized, two fewer than the previous day. According to the report, there are 50 patients in the hospital with COVID-19 between Avera McKennan and Sanford USD Medical Center in Sioux Falls. Of those, nine are in intensive care.

The total number that are or have been hospitalized is 6,431 people, an increase of six.

There have been 302,643 negative tests statewide, an increase of 535.

Across the state, 101,053 people have received a COVID-19 vaccine, an increase of 2,886 from the previous report. The number of doses administered has reached 148,858 meaning 47,805 people have received both doses. So far, 15 percent of the population has received at least one dose and nearly 7 percent has received both doses.

Feb. 12 update

Two more South Dakotans with COVID-19 have died, bringing the statewide death toll to 1,831.

The state reported 209 new COVID-19 cases today, bringing the total of all cases to 110,068.

The update includes a total of 27,455 cases in Minnehaha County, which is 47 more than the previous report, and 7,577 cases in Lincoln County, an increase of 21.

The state has 2,180 active cases, a decrease of 29 from the day before. The state total includes 106,057 people who are reported as having recovered, which is 236 more than the previous report.

There are 84 people hospitalized, 20 fewer than the previous day. According to the report, there are 54 patients in the hospital with COVID-19 between Avera McKennan and Sanford USD Medical Center in Sioux Falls. Of those, 11 are in intensive care.

The total number that are or have been hospitalized is 6,425 people, an increase of 14.

There have been 302,108 negative tests statewide, an increase of 662.

Across the state, 98,167 people have received a COVID-19 vaccine, an increase of 6,049 from the previous report. The number of doses administered has reached 143,014 meaning 44,847 people have received both doses.

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Feb. 11 update

Fourteen more South Dakotans with COVID-19 have died, bringing the statewide death toll to 1,829.

The state reported 279 new COVID-19 cases today, bringing the total of all cases to 109,859.

The update includes a total of 27,408 cases in Minnehaha County, which is 75 more than the previous report, and 7,556 cases in Lincoln County, an increase of seven.

The state has 2,209 active cases, an increase of 58 from the day before. The state total includes 105,821 people who are reported as having recovered, which is 207 more than the previous report.

There are 104 people hospitalized, five fewer than the previous day. According to the report, there are 69 patients in the hospital with COVID-19 between Avera McKennan and Sanford USD Medical Center in Sioux Falls. Of those, 13 are in intensive care.

The total number that are or have been hospitalized is 6,411 people, an increase of 14.

There have been 301,446 negative tests statewide, an increase of 1,385.

Across the state, 92,118 people have received a COVID-19 vaccine, an increase of 3,068 from the previous report. The number of doses administered has reached 134,780 meaning 42,662 people have received both doses.

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Feb. 10 update

Six more South Dakotans have died from COVID-19, bringing the statewide death toll to 1,815.

The state reported 175 new COVID-19 cases today, bringing the total of all cases to 109,580.

The update includes a total of 27,333 cases in Minnehaha County, which is 36 more than the previous report, and 7,549 cases in Lincoln County, an increase of 14.

The state has 2,151 active cases, a decrease of 93 from the day before. The state total includes 105,614 people who are reported as having recovered, which is 262 more than the previous report.

There are 109 people hospitalized, the same as the previous day. According to the report, there are 75 patients in the hospital with COVID-19 between Avera McKennan and Sanford USD Medical Center in Sioux Falls. Of those, 17 are in intensive care.

The total number that are or have been hospitalized is 6,397 people, an increase of 10.

There have been 300,061 negative tests statewide, an increase of 1,089.

Across the state, 89,050 people have received a COVID-19 vaccine, an increase of 2,585 from the previous report. The number of doses administered has reached 129,541 meaning 40,491 people have received both doses.

Feb. 9 update

The state reported 122 new COVID-19 cases today, bringing the total of all cases to 109,405.

The update includes a total of 27,297 cases in Minnehaha County, which is 33 more than the previous report, and 7,535 cases in Lincoln County, an increase of eight.

The state has 2,244 active cases, a decrease of 64 from the day before. The state total includes 105,352 people who are reported as having recovered, which is 186 more than the previous report.

The statewide death toll remains unchanged at 1,809.

There are 109 people hospitalized, three fewer than the previous day. According to the report, there are 70 patients in the hospital with COVID-19 between Avera McKennan and Sanford USD Medical Center in Sioux Falls. Of those, 14 are in intensive care.

The total number that are or have been hospitalized is 6,387 people, an increase of 10.

There have been 298,972 negative tests statewide, an increase of 459.

Across the state, 86,465 people have received a COVID-19 vaccine, an increase of 161 from the previous report. The number of doses administered has reached 125,670 meaning 39,205 people have received both doses.

Feb. 8 update

The state reported 54 new COVID-19 cases today, bringing the total of all cases to 109,283.

The update includes a total of 27,264 cases in Minnehaha County, which is seven more than the previous report, and 7,527 cases in Lincoln County, an increase of five.

The state has 2,308 active cases, a decrease of eight from the day before. The state total includes 105,166 people who are reported as having recovered, which is 62 more than the previous report.

The statewide death toll remains unchanged at 1,809.

There are 112 people hospitalized, one fewer than the previous day. According to the report, there are 72 patients in the hospital with COVID-19 between Avera McKennan and Sanford USD Medical Center in Sioux Falls. Of those, 15 are in intensive care.

The total number that are or have been hospitalized is 6,377 people, an increase of seven.

There have been 298,513 negative tests statewide, an increase of 279.

Across the state, 86,304 people have received a COVID-19 vaccine, an increase of 700 from the previous report. The number of doses administered has reached 125,321 meaning 39,017 people have received both doses.

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Feb. 7 update

Five more South Dakotans have died from COVID-19, bringing the statewide death toll to 1,809.

The state reported 97 new COVID-19 cases today, bringing the total of all cases to 109,229.

The update includes a total of 27,257 cases in Minnehaha County, which is 22 more than the previous report, and 7,522 cases in Lincoln County, an increase of six.

The state has 2,316 active cases, a decrease of 56 from the day before. The state total includes 105,104 people who are reported as having recovered, which is 148 more than the previous report.

There are 113 people hospitalized, two fewer than the previous day. According to the report, there are 75 patients in the hospital with COVID-19 between Avera McKennan and Sanford USD Medical Center in Sioux Falls. Of those, 21 are in intensive care.

The total number that are or have been hospitalized is 6,370 people, an increase of 11.

There have been 298,234 negative tests statewide, an increase of 412.

Across the state, 85,604 people have received a COVID-19 vaccine, an increase of 4,904 from the previous report. The number of doses administered has reached 124,265 meaning 38,661 people have received both doses.

Feb. 6 update

Six more South Dakotans have died from COVID-19, bringing the statewide death toll to 1,804.

The state reported 188 new COVID-19 cases today, bringing the total of all cases to 109,132.

The update includes a total of 27,235 cases in Minnehaha County, which is 41 more than the previous report, and 7,516 cases in Lincoln County, an increase of four.

The state has 2,372 active cases, a decrease of 58 from the day before. The state total includes 104,956 people who are reported as having recovered, which is 240 more than the previous report.

There are 115 people hospitalized, six fewer than the previous day. According to the report, there are 73 patients in the hospital with COVID-19 between Avera McKennan and Sanford USD Medical Center in Sioux Falls. Of those, 18 are in intensive care.

The total number that are or have been hospitalized is 6,359 people, an increase of 13.

There have been 297,822 negative tests statewide, an increase of 648.

Across the state, 80,700 people have received a COVID-19 vaccine, the same as the previous report. The number of doses administered has reached 121,653, meaning 37,876 people have received both doses.

Feb. 5 update

Ten more South Dakotans have died from COVID-19, bringing the statewide death toll to 1,798.

The state reported 137 new COVID-19 cases today, bringing the total of all cases to 108,944.

The update includes a total of 27,194 cases in Minnehaha County, which is 45 more than the previous report, and 7,504 cases in Lincoln County, an increase of seven.

The state has 2,430 active cases, a decrease of 87 from the day before. The state total includes 104,716 people who are reported as having recovered, which is 208 more than the previous report.

There are 121 people hospitalized, five fewer than the previous day. According to the report, there are 73 patients in the hospital with COVID-19 between Avera McKennan and Sanford USD Medical Center in Sioux Falls. Of those, 18 are in intensive care.

The total number that are or have been hospitalized is 6,346 people, an increase of 12.

There have been 297,174 negative tests statewide, an increase of 583.

Across the state, 80,700 people have received a COVID-19 vaccine, an increase of 4,246 from the previous report. The number of doses administered has reached 115,783, meaning 35,083 people have received both doses.

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Feb. 4 update

Six more South Dakotans have died from COVID-19, bringing the statewide death toll to 1,788.

The state reported 174 new COVID-19 cases today, bringing the total of all cases to 108,813.

The update includes a total of 27,149 cases in Minnehaha County, which is 40 more than the previous report, and 7,497 cases in Lincoln County, an increase of 11.

The state has 2,517 active cases, a decrease of 35 from the day before. The state total includes 104,508 people who are reported as having recovered, which is 203 more than the previous report.

There are 126 people hospitalized, seven fewer than the previous day. According to the report, there are 77 patients in the hospital with COVID-19 between Avera McKennan and Sanford USD Medical Center in Sioux Falls. Of those, 16 are in intensive care.

The total number that are or have been hospitalized is 6,334 people, an increase of 13.

There have been 296,591 negative tests statewide, an increase of 1,863.

Across the state, 76,454 people have received a COVID-19 vaccine, an increase of 2,901 from the previous report. The number of doses administered has reached 109,686, meaning 33,232 people have received both doses.

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Feb. 3 update

Three more South Dakotans have died from COVID-19, bringing the statewide death toll to 1,782.

The state reported 209 new COVID-19 cases today, bringing the total of all cases to 108,639.

The update includes a total of 27,109 cases in Minnehaha County, which is 50 more than the previous report, and 7,486 cases in Lincoln County, an increase of 20.

The state has 2,552 active cases, a decrease of 48 from the day before. The state total includes 104,305 people who are reported as having recovered, which is 253 more than the previous report.

There are 133 people hospitalized, two more than the previous day. According to the report, there are 78 patients in the hospital with COVID-19 between Avera McKennan and Sanford USD Medical Center in Sioux Falls. Of those, 17 are in intensive care.

The total number that are or have been hospitalized is 6,321 people, an increase of 17.

There have been 294,728 negative tests statewide, an increase of 752.

Across the state, 73,553 people have received a COVID-19 vaccine, an increase of 2,031 from the previous report. The number of doses administered has reached 104,604, meaning 31,051 people have received both doses.

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Feb. 2 update

One more South Dakotan has died from COVID-19, bringing the statewide death toll to 1,779.

The state reported 118 new COVID-19 cases today, bringing the total of all cases to 108,431.

The update includes a total of 27,059 cases in Minnehaha County, which is 44 more than the previous report, and 7,466 cases in Lincoln County, an increase of eight.

The state has 2,600 active cases, a decrease of 228 from the day before. The state total includes 104,052 people who are reported as having recovered, which is 343 more than the previous report.

There are 131 people hospitalized, five more than the previous day. According to the report, there are 78 patients in the hospital with COVID-19 between Avera McKennan and Sanford USD Medical Center in Sioux Falls. Of those, 13 are in intensive care.

The total number that are or have been hospitalized is 6,304 people, an increase of 10.

There have been 294,976 negative tests statewide, an increase of 408.

Across the state, 71,522 people have received a COVID-19 vaccine, an increase of 160 from the previous report. The number of doses administered has reached 101,489, meaning 29,967 people have received both doses.

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Feb. 1 update

The state reported 65 new COVID-19 cases today, bringing the total of all cases to 108,315.

The update includes a total of 27,015 cases in Minnehaha County, which is 22 more than the previous report, and 7,458 cases in Lincoln County, an increase of one.

The state has 2,828 active cases, a decrease of five from the day before. The state total includes 103,709 people who are reported as having recovered, which is 70 more than the previous report.

The statewide death toll remains at 1,778.

There are 126 people hospitalized, one more than the previous day. According to the report, there are 79 patients in the hospital with COVID-19 between Avera McKennan and Sanford USD Medical Center in Sioux Falls. Of those, 19 are in intensive care.

The total number that are or have been hospitalized is 6,294 people, an increase of four.

There have been 294,568 negative tests statewide, an increase of 205.

Across the state, 71,362 people have received a COVID-19 vaccine, an increase of 337 from the previous report. The number of doses administered has reached 101,048, meaning 29,686 people have received both doses.

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