Iowa’s COVID-19 Emergency Declaration has Come to an End
Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds announced on Thursday that she will end her state’s COVID-19 emergency declaration.
“We cannot continue to suspend duly enacted laws and treat COVID-19 as a public health emergency indefinitely… After two years, it’s no longer feasible or necessary. The flu and other infectious illnesses are part of our everyday lives, and coronavirus can be managed similarly.”
In line with that, she also has plans to shut down vaccination and case count websites.