Please view this important order from the Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) regarding the use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
The following information was provided by Iowa Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (IAVOAD).
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
More Information for Businesses
Notice: Please see the Iowa DOT’s information on services, restrictions, and requirements regarding COVID-19. We are currently still providing services to our customers at Iowa DOT service centers, county offices may be closed. But we are asking you to make an appointment first. Schedule an appointment at an Iowa DOT service center. Some services such as renewals, address changes, and certified copies of your driving record are available online, depending on individual eligibility. Some county locations are closing or limiting their services - you will need to check their website for more information. Find your county’s contact information.
As communities and businesses roll back the work force to essential workers, it can be confusing if your job or a family member’s job is considered essential. The Department of Homeland Security has an infographic to explain how essential critical infrastructure worker categories are defined.
The Department of Human Services website has a map of daycare centers and openings.
The need for volunteers has increased as more Iowans are impacted by Covid-19. Volunteer Iowa has an updating list of volunteer needs throughout the state.
There are resources available for groups to help provide messaging to the public on COVID-19. Visit this section of the IDPH website for links to flyers, posters, social media posts, and public service announcements.