DES MOINES, Iowa (KTIV) - Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds has signed a new public health disaster proclamation that extends regulatory COVID-19 relief for an additional 30 days.
The proclamation extends many COVID-19 relief protocols to July 25, while some are expected to cease by the end of June.
One of the protocols ending on June 30 include the suspension of requiring face-to-face contact when receiving instruction from home school, tutors or independent private instruction.
The proclamation does continue to extend the waivers on transportation restrictions for overweight loads.
Reynolds' full proclamation can be read here.
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