South Dakota Covid-19 Vaccine Allotment To Increase To Over 13,000 Per Week Starting Next Week

South Dakota Covid-19 Vaccine Allotment To Increase To Over 13,000 Per Week Starting Next Week

PIERRE — South Dakota will see another increase in the amount of Covid-19 vaccine available to fight back against the Covid-19 virus. State Health Department Secretary Kim Malsam-Rysdon says over 104-thousand South Dakotans have taken their first dose of vaccine…

South Dakota will also see new places for residents to get the vaccine…

Health officials are also ready to slowly expand the vaccine availability…

Malsam-Rysdon says pharmacies that will start vaccinating residents will have to follow state priority groupings and officials are working on details of coordinating the distribution of vaccine to pharmacies. Vaccinations by pharmacies will also be required to be reported to the Department of Health for inclusion in statewide vaccination data.