COVID-19 Positive Cases in South Dakota Surpass 200

The South Dakota Department of Health updated the COVID-19 cases in the state at 11:30 a.m. Saturday.

New test results released by the state department of health showed an increase of 25 positive cases for a total of 212 up from Friday (187). Recovered cases went from 69 on Friday to 76 on Saturday.

According to the Department, there are 5,012 negative cases in the state which is 419 more cases than what was reported on Friday (4,593).

 

SOUTH DAKOTA CASE COUNTS

Test Results # of Cases
Positive* 212
Negative** 5012
Pending*** 1
*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 212
Ever Hospitalized* 19
Deaths** 2
Recovered 76
*Cumulative persons who have been hospitalized to date.
**The Department does not report deaths until a certified death record has been filed. By law, a death record must be filed within 5 days of the date of death.

SD COUNTY OF RESIDENCEOF COVID-19 CASES

County Total Positive Cases # Recovered
Aurora 1 1
Beadle 21 18
Bon Homme 1 1
Brookings 3 2
Brown 9 5
Charles Mix 2 1
Clark 1 1
Clay 3 2
Codington 9 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 4
Lincoln 21 4
Lyman 1 1
Marshall 1 1
McCook 2 1
Meade 1 1
Minnehaha 81 15
Pennington 6 1
Roberts 4 0
Spink 2 0
Todd 1 0
Turner 3 1
Union 3 1
Yankton 14 4

AGE GROUP OF SOUTH DAKOTA COVID-19 CASES

Age Range # of Cases
0 to 19 years 7
20 to 29 years 38
30 to 39 years 37
40 to 49 years 37
50 to 59 years 43
60 to 69 years 33
70 to 79 years 9
80+ years 8

SEX OF SOUTH DAKOTACOVID-19 CASES

Sex # of Cases
Male 103
Female 109

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