More than 1,000 employees at the pork plant in Iowa have been infected by the virus, and at least six have died. The company launched an independent investigation into the complaints last month.
The move comes a day after the family of a deceased employee sued Tyson, claiming "incorrigible, willful and wanton disregard for worker safety at its pork processing facility in Waterloo, Iowa."
With hospitals in the state filling up with patients, Gov. Kim Reynolds, who once dismissed restrictions as "feel-good" measures, said Monday: "If Iowans don't buy into this, we'll lose."
Dr. Glenn Hurst says hospitalizations are growing in part because of a nursing home "bottleneck." Many people rehabilitate at nursing homes after leaving the hospital.
States such as Montana, Arizona and North Carolina are experiencing a flood of campaign contributions from groups that don't have to reveal where the money's coming from.
The race for Joni Ernst's seat could help determine control of the Senate. At a recent campaign event, the GOP lawmaker echoed a debunked conspiracy theory about the pandemic's death toll.
Tens of thousands are still without power in the aftermath of the storm system that slammed the state last week, flattening homes, buildings and countless acres of farmland.
A powerful windstorm flattened crops, toppled trees and crumpled grain silos. Days later, communities are still assessing the damage.
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