South Dakota Health Officials To Expand Vaccinations To Priority 1-E Group Next Week

South Dakota Health Officials To Expand Vaccinations To Priority 1-E Group Next Week

PIERRE — South Dakota health officials continue to work on vaccinating the state’s population against Covid-19. Health Secretary Kim Malsam-Rysdon says over 315-thousand residents have had at least one shot of vaccine…

South Dakota’s allotment of Covid-19 vaccine is increasing to 21-thousand doses…

Sixty-five locations across South Dakota are now part of the Federal Retail Pharmacy Program as distribution points for vaccine. Because of that expansion the state is opening up the One-E priority population to vaccine availability on March 22nd…

Malsam-Rysdon says if the continued vaccination success continues South Dakota may be able to exceed President Joe Biden’s mark of getting vaccine to all adults by May 1st by making available to all South Dakotans by late April.