KOTG: S.D. COVID-19 death toll at 46, state monitoring meat plants and more rain chances

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The latest numbers of COVID-19 in South Dakota show two more people died from the virus.

The state of South Dakota is responding to COVID-19 cases at at least two meat plants.

Governor Kristi Noem says the Department of Social Services is providing South Dakota with $9 million through the CARES Act to support child care programs.

It’s another day with clouds and fog in eastern KELOLAND.  There’s a better chance for sunshine in central, western and northern South Dakota. 

The pandemic isn’t over, that’s why emergency medical service workers are preparing for a surge.

After 25 years, Rapid City Fire Chief Rod Seals is retiring.

Stay with KELOLAND News and KELOLAND.com for up-to-the-minute developments throughout the day!

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