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Iowa’s COVID-19 cases rise, but are far below November peak

Iowa’s tally of new COVID-19 cases continues to rise, but still is one-tenth of the peak in November, a New York Times database shows.  The...

Expanded vaccine eligibility for all adult Iowans still on track for...

Iowa is moving ahead with plans to expand COVID-19 vaccine availability to all Iowans age 16 or older beginning April 5. Currently, Iowans 65 or...

Reynolds asks all Iowans to be vaccinated but won’t require it...

After repeatedly urging all Iowans to get their COVID-19 vaccine, Gov. Kim Reynolds reiterated Tuesday that she will not be requiring health care workers...

Special report: Dozens of members of Congress are vaccinated against COVID-19,...

WASHINGTON — Members of Congress were among the first people in the U.S. to have access to the sought-after COVID-19 vaccine when the initial...

State withholds nursing home outbreak data while asking that open-records complaint...

In response to a formal open-records complaint, the Iowa Department of Public Health is continuing to withhold data regarding COVID-19 outbreaks in Iowa nursing...

Iowa COVID cases jump sharply, test positivity among highest in nation

Iowa has seen a sharp increase in COVID-19 cases during the past week and has one of the highest test positivity rates in the...

Iowa schools received over $1.3 billion in COVID grants

Iowa schools have received over $1.3 billion in COVID-19 grants, leaving just one question: How to spend it? “As superintendent, we always said, things would...

Legislative leaders still uncertain about effect of tax-cut plans on federal...

Iowa lawmakers may have to decide whether to proceed with plans for tax cuts before knowing for sure if the action could jeopardize federal...

Iowa on track to expand vaccine eligibility; minority communities lag in...

Gov. Kim Reynolds said Iowa is still on track to open eligibility for COVID-19 vaccines to all adults next month but she acknowledged there...

State disease expert: Evidence grows that vaccines stop symptom-free patients from...

Iowa's state epidemiologist on Tuesday cited growing evidence that coronavirus vaccines will prevent even those who have COVID-19 but no symptoms from spreading the...
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