From Des Moines Sun
Gov. Reynolds signed a new proclamation continuing the State Public Health Emergency Declaration.
From North Iowa Reporter
- Additional COVID-19 cases in Iowa
- Gov. Reynolds signs legislation to fund key services, combat COVID19 spread
- Gov. Reynolds issues a State of Public Health Disaster Emergency
- Governor Reynolds announces assistance for employees and employers affected by COVID-19 related layoffs
- New report reveals that Iowa's debt has increased significantly
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Shipments for information technology industries decreased $293 million, or 1.1 percent, to $25.2 billion in August, according to a U.S. Census Bureau report, which was released in October.
People using the Adams County Bridge will have to find an alternative route as the bridge will be closed for painting, according to Herald-Whig.
SOUTHERN IOWA MENTAL HEALTH CENTER: School Closures Will Force Many U.S. Health Care Workers to Stay Home
At least 1 in 7 U.S. health care workers have to miss work to care for their children if the coronavirus pandemic keeps schools closed -- and their absence could result in more patient deaths, researchers say.
Since the WHO announced the Coronavirus / COVID-19 pandemic status in early March, long-term care facilities have been on the front lines of the health and safety battle.
SOUTHERN IOWA MENTAL HEALTH CENTER: For Addicts in Recovery, Technology Preserves Bonds Despite COVID-19 Crisis
Recovering alcoholic Catherine Collins normally attends five to seven face-to-face program meetings a week.
Shipments for construction materials and supplies increased $311 million, or 0.6 percent, to $52.5 billion in August, according to a U.S. Census Bureau report, which was released in October.
The Ottumwa/Wapello County Landfill and the Recycling Center will return to normal operations as of today April 2, 2020.