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Statewide COVID-19 cases increase to 187 Friday

Positive COVID-19 cases increased by 22 today in South Dakota.  In numbers released Friday by the state Department of Health, the total positive cases increased to 187 in the state.  

The highest number of positive cases remains in Minnehaha County, where there are now 68 of them.  The state Department of Health is also reporting that 69 people have recovered from COVID-19 and that there have been two deaths so far from the virus.  

In our area, Lake County still has one positive COVID-19 case reported and McCook County has two, with one of them reported as recovered.  

SOUTH DAKOTA CASE COUNTS

Test Results # of Cases
Positive* 187
Negative** 4593
Pending*** 3
*Positive test results include testing conducted by the South Dakota Public Health Laboratory and private laboratories.
**Negative test results include testing conducted by the South Dakota Public Health Laboratory and private laboratories.
***Tests currently pending at the South Dakota Public Health Lab. This number does not include pending results at private labs. If you have been tested and are waiting for results, contact your healthcare provider

COVID-19 IN SOUTH DAKOTA

Number of Cases 187
Hospitalized* 17
Deaths 2
Recovered 69
*Cumulative persons who have been hospitalized to date.

SD COUNTY OF RESIDENCE OF COVID-19 CASES

County # of Cases # Recovered
Aurora 1 1
Beadle 21 17
Bon Homme 1 1
Brookings 2 2
Brown 7 4
Charles Mix 1 1
Clark 1 1
Clay 3 2
Codington 8 3
Davison 3 2
Deuel 1 0
Fall River 1 1
Faulk 1 1
Hamlin 1 0
Hughes 3 2
Hutchinson 2 2
Lake 1 0
Lawrence 9 3
Lincoln 19 2
Lyman 1 1
Marshall 1 1
McCook 2 1
Meade 2 1
Minnehaha 68 15
Pennington 6 1
Roberts 3 0
Spink 1 0
Todd 1 0
Turner 3 0
Union 3 1
Yankton 11 2

AGE GROUP OF SOUTH DAKOTA COVID-19 CASES

Age Range # of Cases
0 to 19 years 6
20 to 29 years 34
30 to 39 years 28
40 to 49 years 34
50 to 59 years 39
60 to 69 years 30
70 to 79 years 9
80+ years 7

SEX OF SOUTH DAKOTA COVID-19 CASES

Sex # of Cases
Male 93
Female 94

Source:  SD Department of Health


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