Sunday, June 7, 2020
Sunday, June 7, 2020

Iowa reports first coronavirus-related death

Iowa public health officials say a person who had tested positive for coronavirus in the state has died, Your Content can report.

Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds’ office announced the death in a news release sent Tuesday night.

“Our hearts are heavy with the first loss of an Iowan to COVID-19. The thoughts and prayers of our state are with the family during this difficult time,” Reynolds said. “I continue to urge all Iowans to protect their health and the health of others, especially older individuals and those with chronic health conditions who are most at risk. We all have a role to play in limiting the spread of this virus.”

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