This Week's E-Edition
The Iowa Department of Public Health on Tuesday released guidelines for who will be in the second phase of COVID-19 vaccinations in the state.
New research suggests that Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine can protect against a mutation found in two easier-to-spread variants of the coronavirus that erupted in Britain and South Africa.
Public health officials sounded the alarm for months, complaining that they did not have enough support or money to get COVID-19 vaccines quickly into arms. Now the slower-than-expected start to the largest vaccination effort in U.S. history is proving them right.
The pandemic has caused many people to reassess their priorities. There is talk of moving out of the city, simplifying life and saving more money.
The U.S. could soon be giving at least a million COVID-19 vaccinations a day despite the sluggish start, Dr. Anthony Fauci said Tuesday, even as he warned of a dangerous next few weeks as the coronavirus surges.
- Details released: 2nd phase of vaccinations in Iowa includes residents 75+, teachers, inmates
- River Bend Retirement receives first round of COVID-19 vaccine
- Rea headed to Japan
- Cougars roar to three wins
- Cascade starts off 2021 in good form
- Cascade takes care of Durant, 40-25
- Western Dubuque schools look to further grow English Language Learners program
- Firzlaff updates board on middle school class offerings