Pfizer Vaccine To Be Approved for 12 to 15 Year Old Children
The Pfizer vaccine against COVID-19 will soon be available for children ages 12 to 15.
Are Iowans Going to Need A Vaccine Passport?
This would place a ban any any Iowa private business or venue to deny entry to individuals who have not received the COVID-19 vaccination. Health care facilities would be exempt from this however. Local businesses and governments could actually lose state funding i.e. grants if they require proof of…
Gov. Reynolds Sets Vax Goal: 75% of Iowans Vaccinated by July
As of late April, only 56% of eligible Iowans have been vaccinated.
Johnson & Johnson’s COVID Vaccine Returns to Black Hawk Co.
After the CDC hit the pause button on the single dose vax earlier this month, they've given the all clear.
How Many People In Iowa Got the COVID Vaccine?
I was not the only person in Iowa to eagerly jump on the train. A recent report found that about half of adults in the state of Iowa have completed the entire vaccination process. This means that half of the adult population have gotten their two COVID-19 shots. Now, the amount of Iowa residents who…
U.S. Will Pause Use of Johnson & Johnson Vaccine After Rare Complications
The FDA and CDC are calling for an "immediate pause" in the administering of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, the federal government announced early Tuesday.
Iowans 16 And Up Can Get COVID Vaccine
For a few weeks the vaccine has only be available to a select number of Iowa residents, but as reported by Vaccinate Iowa, that is changing. On April 6th, 2021 it was officially announced that all Iowans age 16 and above are now able to get the COVID vaccine.
Iowa COVID Hospitalizations Back Over 200, Cases Down Overall
COVID-19 cases fell, but hospitalizations rose from 194 to 204 in the last 24 hours.
How Churches Are Coping With A COVID Easter A Second Time
Now, this will be the second time many people will have to celebrate Easter under the shadow of the pandemic. Many churches have adapted to this difficult challenge, and several of them in the Cedar Valley continue to adhere to the CDC restrictions.