UPDATE: State Representative diagnosed with COVID-19 in stable condition
South Dakota Rep. Bob Glanzer is in stable condition and his vitals are improving.
Glanzer is sedated, according to his son Tom Glanzer.
They will slowly bring him out of sedation with the hope of waking him up later Wednesday morning.
South Dakota Rep. Bob Glanzer was airlifted to Sioux Falls for COVID-19 treatment on Tuesday morning.
Glanzer was not responding to treatment at Huron Regional Medical Center, and doctors decided to send him to Avera McKennan Hospital in Sioux Falls, according to his son Tom Glanzer.
The Republican lawmaker received a positive confirmation for the coronavirus on Sunday after feeling sick for several days.
A South Dakota state representative who has tested positive for COVID-19 has been hospitalized.
District 22 Representative Bob Glanzer, a Republican from Huron, has tested positive for COVID-19.
Read a Facebook post below from a family member:
The family provided an afternoon update where they say Rep. Glanzer had shallow breathing and was admitted at an area hospital.
(The Associated Press contributed to this report.)