PIERE, SD (Kello) – The virus killed more than 900 people in South Dakota as COVID-19 died on Saturday, according to an update. State Health Department.
Twenty-four new COVID-19 deaths were reported, bringing the total to 942. Nov. 1 to 527 deaths have been reported. New deaths 23 women and 31 men are listed in the following age range: 80+ (25); 70-79 (13); 60-69 (11); And 50-59 (5). New deaths were listed in the following counties: Aurora (2), Beadle (1), Brown (1), Buffalo (2), Charles Mix (1), Coddington (4), Davison (4), Day (2). , Folk (2), Grant (1), Gregory (1), Hamelin (1), Hanson (1), Hutchinson (1), Jackson (2), Lincoln (2), Minneha (11), Ogla Lakota (2) )), Pennington (4), Roberts (2), Tripp (2), Turner (2), Union (2) and Wallworth (1)
On Saturday, the total number of cases in the state rose from Friday (78,880) to 190,099. As of Friday (61,010), the total number of cases recovered is now at 61,051.
Active cases rose to 17,106 (16,382) from Friday.
As of Friday (9,569), there are 539 hospital admissions. As of Friday, 353 patients have been admitted to the hospital.
The total number of individuals tested negative since Friday (245,204), is now at 246,277.
On Saturday there were 1,892 new individuals investigated. Saturday’s new person test positivity rate is 43-percent.
The latest 7-day all-test positive rate, reported by DOH, is 13.8%. The DOH calculates based on the results of the PCR test results but does not represent the total number of PCR tests performed each day. The DOH 1-day PCR test reported a positivity rate of 12.8%.
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