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REYNOLDS SAYS COVID POSITIVE NUMBERS IN IOWA CONTINUE TO FALL

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WITH THOUSANDS OF IOWANS GETTING VACCINATED DAILY FOR CORONAVIRUS,

GOVERNOR KIM REYNOLDS SAYS THE STATE’S EFFORTS TO FIGHT THE DISEASE CONTINUE TO STRENGTHEN. SOME 90-THOUSAND DOSES OF THE COVID-19 VACCINE WERE ADMINISTERED STATEWIDE IN THE PAST WEEK:

BETTER3 OC………THE LAST SEVEN. :13

THE GOVERNOR SAYS FEWER PEOPLE ACROSS IOWA ARE NEEDING CRITICAL CARE, WITH A MILESTONE REACHED TUESDAY.

BETTER1 OC…….BELOW 300. :15

THE GOVERNOR SAYS 49 NEW PATIENTS WERE ADMITTED TO IOWA HOSPITALS IN THE PAST 24 HOURS, DOWN FROM A RECORD OF 243 IN ONE DAY IN MID-NOVEMBER.

OF THOSE NOW IN HOSPITALS FOR TREATMENT OF THE VIRUS, SHE SAYS 67 ARE IN INTENSIVE CARE UNITS, DOWN 90-PERCENT FROM THE PEAK THREE MONTHS AGO:

BETTER2 OC……..DECLINE AS WELL” :15

A NEW YORK TIMES REPORT, ONLY EIGHT-PERCENT OF IOWANS HAVE GOTTEN AT LEAST ONE DOSE OF THE VACCINE, THE FOURTH-LOWEST RATE IN THE NATION.