Some parts of Iowa will re-open on Monday, Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds said.
Reynolds said that effective Monday, Iowa health systems and healthcare providers can resume elective procedures. Reynolds said that it is a statewide order and it is a phased-in approach.
“It’s our first step of many to reopening Iowa and getting life and business back to normal as soon as possible,” she said.
Reynolds also said farmers’ markets will be allowed to resume but some limits on what can be sold may be in place. She added that social distancing measures will still remain in place.
Reynolds said additional announcements on re-opening Iowa will be released Monday.
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