(Iowa City) -- The Dean of the University of Iowa Medical School says the two COVID-19 vaccines preparing to hit the market are safe.
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(Jefferson City) -- If the Food and Drug Administration approves Pfizer’s request for emergency use of the company’s COVID-19 drug, Missouri could get the first shipment of the vaccine later this month.
(Des Moines) -- State officials have announced their plan for distributing an expected COVID-19 vaccine in the coming weeks.
(Tabor-Stanton) -- Like other KMAland school districts, the Fremont-Mills and Stanton School Districts are rolling with the punches thrown by the continuing coronavirus pandemic.
(Clarinda) -- Even with Page County’s significant COVID-19 positive percentage dropping to 23.5, Page County Public Health still urged residents Nov. 24 to not have large, family gatherings for Thanksgiving to prevent any further spread of the ailment.
(Des Moines) -- The leader of the union that represents correctional officers says it’s time for the state prison system to quit accepting new admissions from county jails.
(Des Moines) -- Iowa is seeing record hospitalizations from COVID-19. And with the holiday season near, health officials advise against large gatherings to avoid more outbreaks.
(Glenwood) -- After months of stress and isolation due to COVID-19, KMAland residents are looking forward to reconnecting with family during the Thanksgiving holiday.
(Des Moines) – Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds Wednesday signed a new public health disaster proclamation, attempting to clarify and simplify the measures regarding recreational activities and fitness centers.