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Gov. Reynolds announced that the state is still on target to open COVID-19 vaccines to all Iowans by April 5

Davenport, IA – According to the statement, the state can expect to see about 25,000 additional doses of the vaccine starting next week, which will total about 128,000 doses per week.

Gov. Reynolds said:

“That will include an additional 18,000 J&J doses, which will be used for employer vaccination clinics the week of March 29. The administration anticipates that we will receive an even larger allocation of J&J vaccine the week of April 5, and that should continue increasing during the weeks after that.”

Right now, more than 517,000 Iowans are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, representing 21.3% of Iowa.

The state also announced new help for renters and home owners who are still struggling to make ends meet because of the pandemic.

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