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Coronavirus update: U.S. death toll tops 223,000; rural hospitals are filling and the Dakotas lead the nation by new infections – MarketWatch

South Dakota has six out of 10 of the hot spot counties identified by a New York Times tracker, while North Dakota hospitals are at 88% capacity



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The U.S. death toll from the coronavirus illness COVID-19 rose above 223,000 on Friday, after the U.S. recorded its second-highest new daily case tally of more than 75,000 and data showed more than 40,000 people are hospitalized, stretching resources in many rural areas. NBC counted an even higher total, 77,640 new cases based on their analysis, and said it was a record one-day tally.
There are currently 41,010 Americans in hospitals with COVID-19, according to the Covid Tracking Project, the highest…

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