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There are a total of 41 cases in South Dakota that have tested positive for COVID-19. Governor Kristi Noem used her time to tell South Dakotans to pause, and take a step back.
Meade County now has its first confirmed case of COVID-19. Health officials say it’s a caregiver working in the Cancer Care Institute at Monument Health in Rapid City. Roughly one 100 patients, two physicians and 10 other caregivers may have been exposed.
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