South Dakota Governor Skewers Super Spreader ‘Stats’

South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem is challenging the CDC’s assertions that a 2020 event held in South Dakota was a COVID-19 “super spreader.” Following the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, which attracted more than 460,000 people from 61% of all U.S. counties, a report from San Diego State University’s Center for Health Economics & Policy Studies claimed the rally caused 260,000 COVID cases. State health agencies disagreed with the report, providing data where the total was...

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