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GRASSLEY QUESTIONS CONTINUING MASK USE ON PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION

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IOWANS WHO HAVE BEEN FULLY VACCINATED AGAINST COVID-19 FOR MONTHS ARE STILL REQUIRED TO WEAR MASKS ON PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION, INCLUDING ON PLANES, TRAINS AND BUSES.

SOME REPUBLICANS IN THE U-S SENATE ARE CALLING ON THE C-D-C TO DROP THAT MASK REQUIREMENT, WHICH EXTENDS TO AIRPORTS, TRAIN STATIONS AND BUS STATIONS.

IOWA SENATOR CHUCK GRASSLEY WASN’T PART OF THE INITIAL GROUP BUT SAYS HE AGREES WITH THEIR REASONING.

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GRASSLEY, WHO TESTED POSITIVE FOR COVID LATE LAST YEAR BUT WAS NOT AFFLICTED WITH SYMPTOMS, SAYS HE’S FULLY VACCINATED AND HE WILL CONTINUE TO COMPLY WITH THE FEDERAL GUIDELINES.

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THE STATE HEALTH DEPARTMENT SAYS 45-PERCENT OF IOWANS ARE FULLY VACCINATED FOR CORONAVIRUS, WHILE 64-PERCENT OF IOWANS HAVE GOTTEN AT LEAST ONE SHOT.

THE C-D-C REPORTS ABOUT 42-PERCENT OF ALL AMERICANS ARE FULLY VACCINATED AND 54-PERCENT HAVE HAD AT LEAST ONE SHOT.

IT’S VERY UNLIKELY PRESIDENT BIDEN’S GOAL OF 70-PERCENT VACCINATED BY JULY 4TH WILL BE REACHED.