COVID-19 in South Dakota: 1,063 total new cases; Death toll rises to 375; Active cases at 10,745 – KELOLAND.com

PIERRE, S.D. (KELO)– 9 brand-new COVID-19 deaths were announced in addition to a brand-new active case count record in the most recent update from the South Dakota Department of Health.

There were 2,251 brand-new individuals tested reported on Sunday.

Overall individuals checked negative is now at 206,727, up from Saturday (205,539)..

On Sunday, 1,063 new coronavirus cases were reported, bringing the states total case count to 39,203, up from Saturday (38,141). The new deaths were three ladies and six men with one in the 70-79 age variety and eight people in the 80+ age variety. The brand-new deaths were noted in the following counties: Davidson (3 ), Hughes, Jerauld, Minnehaha, Turner (2) and Ziebach.

The death toll increased to 375. There have been 152 deaths in October, the most dangerous month of the pandemic in South Dakota.

Present hospitalizations are at 366, up from Saturday (356 ). Overall hospitalizations are at 2,436, up from Saturday (2,378).

Active cases are now at 10,745, up from Saturday (10,218).

On Tuesday, the DOH altered its site to not note brand-new total cases on the SD overview tab of its dashboard. KELOLAND News has actually been counting the variety of brand-new overall cases given that the beginning of the pandemic and will continue to report on the brand-new total cases. There were 1,017 new PCR cases and 46 new antigen cases announced for 1,063 brand-new cases Sunday.

Total recovered cases are now at 28,083, up 526 from Saturday day (27,557).