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April 2: South Dakota reports 30% of 16 and older population fully vaccinated against COVID-19

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(KTIV) - South Dakota health officials are reporting 6,261 more residents have completed their COVID-19 vaccine series, with a total of 176,945 people in the state now fully vaccinated.

This means an estimated 30.06% of South Dakota's 16 and older population is fully vaccinated against the virus. The state's COVID-19 dashboard shows 44.64% of the state's adult population has received at least one dose of the vaccine.

Read More: South Dakota residents 16 and older eligible for COVID-19 vaccine starting April 5

So far, South Dakota has administered 432,795 of its allocated vaccines, with 202,818 being Moderna, 220,992 being Pfizer and 8,985 being Johnson & Johnson.

On April 2, health officials reported 200 more COVID-19 cases in South Dakota, 158 of which were confirmed. Currently, 2,417 active virus cases are in the state, a decrease of 70 since yesterday.

Out of the 118,186 cases reported in South Dakota, 113,831 have recovered while 103 patients are hospitalized due to the virus.

Since the beginning of the pandemic, 1,938 virus-related deaths have been reported in South Dakota. No additional COVID-19 deaths were reported on Thursday.

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