This Week's E-Edition
The Dubuque County Board of Health on Tuesday night removed language from a proposed countywide mask mandate that required businesses to turn away customers not complying with the rule.
The Dubuque County recorder Oct. 22 urged residents to stay away from county buildings due to a COVID-19 “outbreak” among staff as he issued scathing rebukes of other department heads.
As COVID-19 cases continue to climb both in Dubuque and outside of it, Dubuque County’s public health officials have started communicating directly with the leaders of its smaller cities to see if they would consider local mask mandates.
Area essential workers, including law enforcement, health care workers and child care providers, now can obtain free mental health resources amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Jones County Board of Health approved a proclamation at its Sept. 25 meeting strongly encouraging the wearing of masks in public. The proclamation is not a mandate and does not include enforcement mechanisms or penalties for not wearing masks.
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