Des Moines’ CBS News affiliate reports:
Gov. Kim Reynolds has eliminated most of her COVID-19 restrictions in the latest health proclamation. The proclamation removes indoor mask requirements in public spaces, gathering limits and restrictions on businesses starting 12:01 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 7.
This comes the same week Iowa was ranked No. 47 in the country for its vaccine distribution, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. That is worse than all other states except Idaho and Missouri.
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Reynolds removes restrictions on businesses, gatherings, masks https://t.co/duGcaQFmS3
— KCCI News (@KCCINews) February 5, 2021
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Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds’ new Emergency Proclamation starting Sunday:
🚨ENDS MASK MANDATE
🚨NO LIMITS ON PUBLIC GATHERINGS
🚨RESTAURANTS CAN PACK BARS – NO LIMITShttps://t.co/MyTjusnJQI
— Beth Malicki (@BethMalicki) February 5, 2021
Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds will lift the state’s limited mask requirement on Sunday, along with the social distance and masking limitations she had in place for businesses and social gatherings.https://t.co/2sfFaE9Bgw
— Des Moines Register (@DMRegister) February 5, 2021