Governor Kristi Noem says that 46 people have now tested positive for Corona Virus in South Dakota with 16 fully recovered and from 2 to 3 still hospitalized. She also says the state of South Dakota will not return to a state of normal for many months and that strict measure to flatten the curve on new cases will mean strong measures will have to remain in place from 4 to 8 weeks and maybe longer. You can hear all of the Governor's briefing by clicking onto the audio tab below.
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