South Dakota reports two COVID-19 related-deaths and 134 new confirmed cases on Sunday, according to the Department of Health.
Active cases rose from 1,910 to 1,933 during Sunday’s report, the DOH said. There have been a total of 112,427 cases of the virus since the pandemic started.
With the two deaths reported on Sunday the total number since the start of the pandemic is 1,888.
One of the deaths was a woman and the other was a man. One was in the 20-29 age range and the other was aged 50-59, according to the DOH.
They were residents of Dewey and Pennington counties, the state reports.
Those currently hospitalized from the virus declined by two in Sunday’s reports, going from 91 to 89. There have been 108,606 total reported recoveries from COVID-19 during the pandemic in the state.
There are 42.6% of hospital beds available in the state and 46.1% of adult ICU beds are available, the state reports.
As of Sunday, 214,507 doses of the vaccines have been administered, according to the department of health. Out of those, 140,217 people have received the vaccine with 13.2% of the population completing both series of dosages.