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All three sites offer mental health services to people of all ages, including, but not limited to, EMDR and PCIT. The Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) is offered to eligible small businesses. This government program helps low-income Iowans who face difficulty paying their electricity, natural gas, and water bills and avoiding interrupted services.
Visitors are strongly encouraged to keep a social distance and wear masks, with new store opening hours being from 12: 00 to 17: 30 and masks required until 12: 00. The Art Centre is open Monday to Friday from 9.45 to 16.50, Saturday from 10.15 to 15.40 and Sunday from 12.00 to 15.40; it is also open Saturday and Sunday from 11.05 to 16.20 and from 13.10 to 15.25 and Sunday from 14.35 to 15.00 and from 18.55 to 19.59. The complex has had to be cleaned more and more for several years due to the flood and has to be separated from the rest of the city, but is still open in the winter months.
Residents are being asked to pay utility bills and parking tickets by dropping off their electric bills - the drop-off boxes are located at the Iowa City Library and the Sioux City Public Library. For those who prefer this method of library service, different payment methods are available such as cash, credit card or debit card. Eat offers a wide range of local restaurants and bars that offer pick-up and delivery services.
In Iowa, people can learn more about COVID-19 at www.coronavirus.iowa.gov. This site is intended to be a focal point for Iowans seeking information about coronaviruses, containment and the state's response efforts.
The Customer Service Centre in the Town Hall will be open to the public again on 22 June and will be open to the public through social dissociation measures. The Siouxland Community Action Agency is available to people for food, rent, energy and emergency assistance over the phone and in person at the town's community centre. Community centers like the Sioux City pantry will remain open for rides and pantry events. The MHRD grant process for COVID Relief is open for $150,000, with applications due by September 8.
Customers are required to wear face coverings, follow the instructions of the Customer Service Center and the Siouxland Community Action Agency, pay attention to signs and floor markings, cover sneezes and coughs, and not enter the building when a household member is sick. No type of face covering is acceptable; however, face covering is not considered "face covering" and no quarantine is required for a person wearing only face protection. Everyone will be allowed in and out the front door, but no one else.
Local shops have special opening hours to accommodate those most vulnerable to serious illness, such as people 65 years or older, pregnant women and expectant mothers. The CDC recommends wearing fabric face coverings where other social dissociation measures are difficult to maintain, especially in cases of community transmission.
Iowa DOT employees will increase cleaning and disinfection procedures at all facilities of the Iowa Department of Transportation (Iowa DOT) during the winter months. For more information call 255 - 2933 - ext. Opening hours: Monday to Friday 7 am to 7 pm, Saturday and Sunday 7 am to 8 pm.
The DNR in Iowa recommends drinking water from the tap to save bottled water for emergencies or when needed. If soap and water are not available, wash your hands with an alcoholic hand sanitizer or wash your hands thoroughly with water or soap if soap or water is not available. Do not flush anything down the toilet except toilet paper to avoid clogging your house or city sewers.
American Airlines provides updates in terms of customer service and reservation support. Plan your meals for the week and visit the grocery store at least once a week to avoid repeated contact with others. The use of buses is and should be limited to a maximum of one bus journey per day and no more than two buses per hour. We invite you to make a plan for singing in front of your local church, church or community centre on Saturday, 11 June 2017.
If you suspect you have been infected with COVID-19 and have visited a medical facility, call the WHO hotline at 1-800-222-8477 for more information. You can also consult your doctor to discuss your symptoms, which determine the need for a test and prepare you for all possible treatment options available to you, such as antibiotics, immunosuppressants or other medical treatments.
The US Environmental Protection Agency says that the COVID-19 virus has not been detected in drinking water supplies. The Siouxland Health District is working to minimize the impact of CO VID-19 in our community. The WHO has a summary of the virus, including symptoms, risk assessment and preventive measures. CDC has more information on what to do if you have COID-18 and what to do if you have it.