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Gov. Kim Reynolds announced a policy change Sept. 29 to make it easier for Iowa students, teachers and business workers exposed to someone with COVID-19 to avoid a two-week quarantine, despite increasing cases across the state.
Dubuque County Board of Health members Sept. 23 unanimously approved a plan to soon start releasing the number of COVID-19 cases in each of the county’s ZIP codes.}
As the number of new COVID-19 cases in Dubuque County surges upward, the state announced Sept. 24 that a second Test Iowa clinic site will open in Dubuque.
Johnson & Johnson is beginning a huge final study to try to prove if a single-dose COVID-19 vaccine can protect against the virus.
The U.S. death toll from the coronavirus topped 200,000 Tuesday, by far the highest in the world, hitting the once- unimaginable threshold six weeks before an election that is certain to be a referendum in part on President Donald Trump’s handling of the crisis.
- Differing from CDC recommendations, Iowa relaxes guidelines on when masked students should quarantine
- County making strides in bridge rehabs
- Dubuque County Board of Health OKs plan to release COVID-19 data by ZIP code
- Council corrects a procedural error
- 2nd Test Iowa site to open in Dubuque as COVID-19 cases surge
- Cougars defeat Camanche
- Cougar CC excels at CPU
- Cougars fare well at Anamosa