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Mary Greeley Medical Center COVID-19 emails and response

Date Updated: October 16, 2020

Date Added: October 16, 2020

Ames, Iowa, IA

Principal Subject: Cory Geffre, vice president and chief nursing officer at Mary Greeley Medical Center

This material includes emails sent to, from or copied to Cory Geffre from August 1 to September 2, 2020, regarding COVID-19 response, PPE and school reopening plans.

Date Range: August 1 to September 2, 2020

Iowa City Mayor COVID-19 school emails

Date Updated: October 5, 2020

Date Added: October 2, 2020

Iowa City, IA

Principal Subject: Iowa City Mayor Bruce Teague

These documents include emails sent from, to or copied to Iowa City Mayor Bruce Teague between August 15 to September 16, 2020, regarding local response to COVID-19 regarding schools and universities.

Date Range: August 15 to September 16, 2020

Format Details: PDF, 58 pages

Dallas County, Iowa, Health Department COVID-19 emails and response

Date Updated: July 13, 2020

Date Added: June 18, 2020

Dallas County, IA

Principal Subject: Dallas County Health Department

This material includes all previously-released Dallas County, Iowa, Health Department responses to open records requests relating to COVID-19 from March 1 to June 18, 2020.

Date Range: March 1 to June 18, 2020

Format Details: .zip file including .pdf, .msg and .xls attachments, 398 pages

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