South Dakota drops minimum age to get COVID-19 vaccine to 65

PIERRE, S.D. — South Dakota is again dropping the minimum age to get the COVID-19 vaccine.

Starting Monday, Feb. 22, the age will be 65 and older.

It’s been 70 and over for the last couple of weeks.

The State Department of Health say it’s been able to make significant progress to get people vaccinated as the state’s allotment of the vaccine has increased.

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