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Cerro Gordo County health director asks for continued patience as vaccinations open up to Iowans age 16 and older

MASON CITY — COVID-19 vaccinations were opened up this week to those Iowans age 16 and older.

Local officials reflect on one years since first COVID-19 cases identified in Iowa

MASON CITY — Local officials are reflecting back on the past year as today is the one-year…

County health director says people can’t get complacent despite drop in COVID cases

MASON CITY — Despite the active number of COVID-19 cases declining in the last month, the director of…

Cerro Gordo County public health director says we need to keep wearing masks despite Governor Reynolds

MASON CITY — Cerro Gordo County Department of Public Health director Brian Hanft says he is disappointed

It’s a myth that you can only get COVID-19 once

MASON CITY — One of the misconceptions about COVID-19 is that once you’ve had it you can

Despite active number of COVID cases going down, CG Public Health director says now is not the time to let your guard down

MASON CITY — Despite the number of active COVID-19 cases decreasing below what was seen at the

Cerro Gordo County supervisors approve agreement to set up vaccination clinic in old Sears store

MASON CITY — The Cerro Gordo County Board of Supervisors today approved a lease agreement between the county’s

It’s not known if announcement of fewer COVID vaccine doses coming to Iowa will impact when Cerro Gordo County sees first shipment

MASON CITY — With the state announcing last night that the federal government will send up to 30

Despite some good news, local health official says you still need to be cautious about COVID-19 heading through December

MASON CITY — As the numbers from November’s COVID spike continue to decrease, health officials are warning

Health officials recommend smaller gatherings for holidays

MASON CITY — The holiday season kicks off tomorrow with Thanksgiving followed by Black Friday. State and



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