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Reynolds gives $14M to Iowa care homes as virus cases rise – Omaha, Nebraska

Omaha, Nebraska 2020-11-19 15:22:47 –

Des Moines, Iowa (AP) —Governor Kim Reynolds says he will provide $ 14 million in federal funding to a care center in Iowa to help manage new outbreaks of the coronavirus at the facility.

The Federal Virus Relief, announced Thursday, will pay for additional testing and staffing at the care center. When Reynolds said that 20 other facilities were dealing with outbreaks. This means that about a quarter of state care facilities are currently occurring.

Reynolds also aimed to encourage people to take steps to delay the spread of the virus, such as wearing masks, increasing social distance, and washing hands, on television, radio, and printed matter throughout the state. Announced to start advertising.

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