"And their last, dying words are, 'This can't be happening".
"At this point, frankly, I'm getting more concerned about how neighbors are treating neighbors and how people are treating each other in their communities", Noem said.
Certainly, Noem's actions over the past few months of the 2020 presidential campaign seem to indicate that she has higher aspirations politically than just the Capitol Building in Pierre.
Doering went on to mention how more people have died of COVID-19 in South Dakota - 644 - than live in the town where she's from.More news: Pfizer/BioNTech to seek emergency approval for virus vaccine Friday
After her Twitter thread describing her experience started circulating on the internet, Doering appeared on CNN's 'New Day' on Monday to talk about how despite the surge in Covid-19 cases some of them don't believe the virus is real. Almost one in 1,600 of all South Dakotans are now hospitalized with COVID-19.
"There's a thing on the internet right now that says, 'I'm not your first line of defense, I'm your last, '" Doering said. They call you names and ask why you have to wear all that "stuff" because they don't have Covid because it's not real. Yes.
"The ones who scream at you for a magic medicine and that Joe Biden is Going to ruin the USA".
"I think it's just a belief that it's not real and nursing happens to be on the receiving end of that", she told CNN.More news: Friendly Newsmax seeks to cut into Fox’s viewership
"If you look at Wisconsin, they've had a mask mandate since August and they have a higher rate of spread than the state of South Dakota".
"It just makes you sad and mad and frustrated and then you know that you're just going to come back and do it all over again", she added. So instead, I will get in my 2007 Impala with 207,000 miles on it, crank some Foo Fighters, and go to work. This is largely in part due to Republican Governor Kristi Noem's lax approach to the outbreak.
Mayor Tenhaken cited rising COVID-19 numbers in a mask mandated city like Fargo and no real concrete ways to enforce the mandate as reasons for his no vote, while vocally calling on the city to mask up and keep holiday plans to limited occupancy. "For that matter, neither does Governor Noem, which is why she has provided her citizens with the full scope of the science and trusted them to make the best decisions for themselves and their loved-ones".More news: U.S. election: Georgia vote audit confirms Biden victory