Nick Kruszalnicki joined KIMT in the summer of 2019.
Nick Kruszalnicki joined KIMT in the summer of 2019. He works in Mason City.
The center will compile and distribute data related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The city wants to keep their EMS crews separated from the other firefighters in case someone catches coronavirus.
Dr. Charity Baker is concerned that the medical field's focus on coronavirus could be detrimental to those who need help for other conditions.
The state health departments compile the data and send the counts back to the individual counties.
What was illegal for many years, is now a new freedom granted by state governments to provide a little relief during the coronavirus pandemic.
Suppliers are in back order, so police, fire and EMTs are trading supplies to get through.
Officials say the health and welfare of the children should be the number one priority.
Nelson Tire and Auto in Charles City is putting their 3D printer to work making face shields for first responders.
It can be a real balancing act during these times. Staying social with friends, family and neighbors, while making sure to protect everyone from the spread of coronavirus.
Cory Gerdts works for Protein BioSolutions, which manufactures a device which can separate proteins. These machines are being used to separate out the antibodies which are resistant to the coronavirus.