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USDA Sends South Dakota $2.4M to Improve Rural Healthcare

(Pierre, SD) — The USDA has allocated two-point-four million dollars in grants to South Dakota to improve rural healthcare in the state. The grants are funded through the American Rescue Plan that Congress passed last year. The grants will help rural healthcare facilities with telehealth assistance, nutrition programs as well as improved healthcare access for South Dakota tribes in remote areas.

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