Weekly new cases in the U.S. have been rising since late September, according to data from the World Health Organization.
Several states in the Midwest of the country, including North and South Dakota, have reported the highest number of infections per capita in the last week.
Police said the incident occurred after Derek John Arndt, 36, was refused service at a bar in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
North Dakota also has the highest rate of infection per capita out of any state in the nation.
"Less Covid, more hunting, that's the plan for the future," Governor Kristi Noem said in the video, which was captioned: "This is how we do social distancing in South Dakota."
Missouri, North Dakota, South Dakota, Hawaii and Virginia are among the states where new COVID-19 deaths have increased in recent weeks.
New infections were reported to have increased in Wisconsin, Utah, Tennessee, North Dakota and South Dakota in recent weeks.
Video footage of the incident shows two police officers attempting to march the man out of the public meeting in South Dakota.
South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem confirmed the attorney general's involvement in the car accident.
North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa, Montana, Arkansas, Missouri, Indiana and Illinois are at risk of a spike in coronavirus cases.
More than 460,000 people attended the 10-day event, which did not enforce social distancing guidelines or the wearing of masks.
Researchers said more than 260,000 cases could be linked to the rally, which took place between August 7 and 16 last month.
In addition to the large crowds, there was little mask-wearing and social distancing among attendees, causing health experts to fear it would become a COVID-19 "super-spreader" event.
Several states in the Midwest, including Iowa and South Dakota, have reported an increase in new cases in recent weeks.
The state's department of health refused to release information on which schools and universities have coronavirus cases, after a local reporter submitted an open records request.
Minnesota and Nebraska officials have tied new coronavirus cases—15 and seven, respectively—to people who attended the annual event in South Dakota.
Average daily new cases have been on an upward trend in several states in the Midwest, including Iowa, Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska.
The suspect was detained as a large crowd of bikers crowded around him at the annual rally attended by hundreds of thousands.
The woman got off her motorcycle to approach the calf when an adult bison charged at her, witnesses said. The bison caught the woman's belt and jeans on its horn as it violently swung her around.
The event attended by more than 200,000 people during the pandemic sees first fatalities after three riders collide on a highway.
Winning a rodeo event in cowboy country is a big deal if you're a ranch horse. Doing it less than a year after a razor-wire fence sliced one of your front legs to the bone is a tearful Hollywood comeback.
"I have the greatest belief and faith in our President and his competence," the campaign official said.
The president announced he would be signing an executive order creating a new national garden for historical statues.
"In our schools, our newsrooms, even our corporate boardrooms, there is a new far-left fascism that demands absolute allegiance,' Trump said.
A new poll has found voters strongly support Mount Rushmore ahead of President Donald Trump's Independence Day celebration at the site in South Dakota.
The faces of Presidents George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln are carved on the mountain in the Black Hills region.
Sioux Falls is home to a large Smithfield Foods pork processing plant where more than 800 employees have been infected by the coronavirus.
The event hadn't been held in over a decade over fears that the pyrotechnics might ignite the nearby forest.