Please use the link below to view the Governor`s declaration of emergency. SECTION 8. In accordance with Iowa Code § 135.144 (3) and in liaison with the Iowa Department of Public Health, unless otherwise amended by subsequent proclamation or disposition of the Iowa Department of Public Health. This emergency proclamation expires on Thursday, December 10, 2020 at 11:59 p.m.m: You are asked to provide a health plan drafted by the attending physician to ensure that appropriate steps are taken to assist your child. The plan should document your child`s emergency and routine health and personal care needs. The school or kindergarten can help you choose the forms you need. Effective November 13 On November 27, 2020, the Iowa Board of Medicine has adopted the following guidelines (provided by the Federation of State Medical Boards (FSMB) regarding the use of facial blankets by physicians and other health care providers in personal medical care during the COVID-19 pandemic. “Wearing a face blanket is a strategy to minimize the damage in order to limit the spread of COVID-19, especially since it is not possible to physically distance healthcare. When physicians see patients in personal clinical encounters, they have a professional responsibility to wear a face covering for their own protection, as well as that of their patients and society as a whole.
« 6. (5) The total number of medical/surgical and observation beds used for the non-essential operation or process shall not exceed 50% of the average number of beds used in September 2020: 515-281-5047; IDB@Iowa.gov Pharmacy Manager: 515-281-5944; email@example.com Nursing Board: 515-281-3255 Health plans set out the arrangements and staff training needed to help children with health illnesses attend school or kindergarten. When registering your child, you must inform staff of the need for individual health support and advise you in the event of a change in health care needs. The boards continue to operate and serve the public during this public health emergency.