1. COVID-19 In Maryland: July 2, 2021 (Evening Update)  WJZ
  2. S.D. DOH to change to weekly COVID-19 updates as of July 5  KELOLAND.com
  3. July 2: South Dakota reporting 56.96% of eligible population has received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine  KTIV
  4. One new COVID-19 case in Brookings Co. Friday, July 2  Brookings Register
  5. Active COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations climb  Rapid City Journal
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BROOKINGS – The state is reporting 21 new COVID-19 cases and no new deaths in South Dakota Friday. One of the new cases is in Brookings County.

Brookings Register | One new COVID-19 case in Brookings Co. Friday, July 2

PIERRE, S.D. (KELO) -- The South Dakota Department of Health said this morning it will update coronavirus data weekly on Wednesdays as of July 5. The updates will be posted at noon and will include cases reported by 1 p.m. Tuesday each week.PIERRE, S.D. (KELO) — The South Dakota Department of Health said this morning it will update coronavirus data weekly on Wednesdays as of July 5. The updates will be posted at noon and will in…

S.D. DOH to change to weekly COVID-19 updates as of July 5 | KELOLAND.com

So far, 2,038 virus-related deaths have been reported in South Dakota.

July 2: South Dakota reporting 56.96% of eligible population has received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine

The South Dakota Department of Health's final daily report of the week showed active COVID-19 infections and hospitalizations ticking upward. There were 21 positive tests reported Friday pushing active casesThe South Dakota Department of Health's final daily report of the week showed active COVID-19 infections and hospitalizations ticking upward. There were 21 positive tests reported Friday pushing active cases

Active COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations climb | Local | rapidcityjournal.com

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Just 5% of COVID-19 cases, 9% of virus-related hospitalizations and 16% of virus-related deaths came in fully vaccinated North Dakotans between May 1 and June 25. Just 5% of COVID-19 cases, 9% of virus-related hospitalizations and 16% of virus-related deaths came in fully vaccinated North Dakotans between May 1 and June 25. 

Nearly 95% of recent COVID-19 cases in North Dakota came in unvaccinated people | INFORUM

With a 70.7% one-dose vaccination rate for adults, Dickey County appears to stand alone in having met President Joe Biden's goal of having seven in 10 American adults at least partially immunized by Independence Day. With a 70.7% one-dose vaccination rate for adults, Dickey County appears to stand alone in having met President Joe Biden's goal of having seven in 10 American adults at least partially immunized by Independence Day.

Only Dickey County has met Biden's COVID-19 vaccination goal, North Dakota data shows | Grand Forks Herald