Updated COVID-19 Coming To South Dakota

(Pierre, SD) — CDC advisors are giving the green light to an updated COVID shot, and it could be available in South Dakota within the next two weeks. It’s meant to target an Omicron strain that spread earlier this year. Sanford Health chief physician Dr. Jeremy Cauwels says there’s been an increase in positive tests in the state lately. Everyone six months and older is recommended to get the Pfizer and Moderna shots. Cauwels says people should get the shot as soon as it becomes available to them.

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