Now [KCCI CAPTIONING IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE IOWA CLINIC] STEVE: The first time at 5:00 am MASK MANDATE in DES MOINES is over, STACEY: THE CITY announced today it is in line with new recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and ending the need for face masking, KCCI SENIOR REPORTER TODD MAGEL spoke to. Meyer shortly after the decision of the birth of TODD? WHAT TO DO: STACEY AND STEVE THE MAYOR SAYS IT’S A Tough Decision And One That Affects Everyone Who Lives Here In DES MOINES Today We Come To East Village And Business Owners Having to decide how to deal with undamaged customers and those without masks. And now customers have to decide if they feel safe in stores, where no masks are needed, as they̵7;ve been since last summer, the mayor said, science shows – that the COVID vaccine – 19 work and be safe So, he hopes people will continue to wear masks if they haven’t been absorbed. >> If I’m not in the air right now, I will still be wearing my own mask. But I set it from the start, we will follow the CDC guidelines, so we try to do that. I know they have a good hope that everyone will be up front and be honest and those who are not absorbed will go for the mask. TODD: Since 6:00 am, we will be shopping here in the village. East and talk to store owners and customers to see how they’ll handle it.
Iowa’s 7-Day COVID-19 Additive Rate Drops Below 3%
The Iowa Department of Health reported 242 new COVID-19 test results and one additional death at 10 a.m. The public health department reported 399,316 positive tests, a total recovery of 354,537 and a total of 5,998 deaths since. Epidemic Twenty-four hours earlier, the health department reported a total of 399,074 positive tests and a total of 5,997 deaths. Iowa reported 2,569,640 COVID-19 vaccines and 1,241,273 complete vaccines. Iowa was 3.3% and the 7-day mean is now 2.9% .Health Department data showed a total of 4,946,070 tests, with 147 cases now hospitalized with a decrease in COVID-19. Of 151 cases in the previous day Iowa reported 42 patients in the ICU and 19 patients using the ventilator.One in Iowa’s long-term care facility reported the COVID-19 outbreak, the health department reported 10 positive cases and recovery. It is the center among residents and staff within those service places. The state has reported 2,334 care fatalities since the outbreak began.The Iowa Department of Health offers real-time virus information on this website.KCCI published a daily summary based on the data reported at 10 a.m.
On Saturday, the Iowa Department of Health reported 242 new positive COVID-19 tests and one additional death.
At 10 a.m., the Health Department reported a total of 399,316 positive tests, a total of 354,537 recovery and 5,998 deaths since the outbreak. Twenty-four hours earlier, the health department reported a total of 399,074 positive tests and a total of 5,997 deaths.
Iowa reports 2,569,640 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine and 1,241,273 vaccinations.
Iowa’s 14-day optimism rate was 3.3% and the 7-day average was 2.9%, Department of Health data showed a total of 4,946,070 tests.
There are currently 147 patients hospitalized with COVID-19, down from 151 the previous day. Iowa reported 42 people in the ICU and 19 who needed a ventilator.
One of Iowa’s long-term care centers reported outbreaks of COVID-19, the health department reported 10 positive cases and zero recovery among residents and staff within those facilities. The state has reported 2,334 deaths since the outbreak began.
The Iowa Department of Health provides real-time virus information on this website.KCCI publishes a daily summary based on information reported at 10 a.m.