SUDORS is a surveillance system that collects comprehensive data on unintentional and undetermined intent drug overdose deaths that occur in a state. The South Dakota Department of Health (DOH) received funding from CDC in 2019 to implement SUDORS. Data collection started in July 2019. The DOH continues to work with coroners across the state to collect data and reduce the number of overdose deaths in South Dakota.
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