SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — Four more South Dakotans have died with COVID-19, the South Dakota Department of Health reported Monday, Nov. 22.
The state's COVID-19 death toll, which counts those who have died with COVID-19, rose to 2,309 on Monday. Of those, 2,027 deaths were caused by COVID-19, according to state health officials' weekly report.
Just over 54% of all South Dakotans are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, totaling 478,290. Of those, about one in five, or 100,523 people, have gotten a booster shot.
The following are the state Department of Health COVID-19 case rates, deaths, hospitalizations and vaccinations tracked by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as of Monday. All data is the latest available but should be considered preliminary and could be updated at a later date by health officials.
INITIAL DOSE ADMINISTERED (IF 2-DOSE VACCINE): 576,998 people, 65.2% of state's population*
FULLY VACCINATED: 478,290 people, 54.1% of state's population
BOOSTER DOSE RECEIVED: 100,523 people, 21% of state's vaccinated population
*Note: The percentage presented here via the CDC differs from the state Department of Health percentage posted on its online dashboard, because the department's data indicates the percentage of state population age 12 and older, not the state's total population.
Statewide case rates
- NEW CASES: 415 (seven-day daily average: 572)
- CURRENT ACTIVE CASES: 6,865
- TOTAL CASES: 162,790
- TOTAL RECOVERED: 153,616
NEW HOSPITALIZATIONS: 19 (seven-day daily average: 31)
ACTIVE HOSPITALIZATIONS: 230
TOTAL HOSPITALIZATIONS: 8,271
DEATHS, NEWLY REPORTED AMONG CASES: 4
TOTAL DEATHS AMONG CASES: 2,309
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