Information & Resources for COVID-19

As we go through the continued process of dealing with COVID-19 in our communities, it will be more important than ever to get clear, accurate, and timely information out to Iowans. Please consider taking our communications survey to help us better understand how to effectively share information with you.


Below is some information that we’ve found to be helpful, with links to reputable websites that are kept up to date. 

I am available to help you get connected with the resources you need or get answers to your questions.  Please continue to make me aware of any challenges you face in getting the support you expect from the state agencies. 


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Please help protect everyone by continuing to social distance, washing your hands frequently, and staying home if you feel ill. 

For the latest information related to COVID-19 in Black Hawk County please visit the Black Hawk County Health Department info site:

For the latest updates from the Iowa Governor’s office on COVID-19: 

The Governor has launched a new website to help you determine if you need to be tested and to help track your health status during this time:

For the latest updates on coronavirus and to learn more about prevention efforts, go to the Iowa Dept. of Public Health:

For Iowans with questions about COVID-19, a public hotline is open 24/7 by calling 2-1-1 or 1-800-244-7431

For the daily updates from Iowa House Democrats:

For continuous updates on Coronavirus Frequently Asked Questions  created by the Iowa House Democratic Research Staff:

For updates related to child care, child welfare, Medicaid, and social workers,

go to the Dept. of Human Services page:

For businesses, the Iowa Economic Development Authority (IEDA) is compiling resources available (including grants) at 

For workers displaced due to coronavirus, unemployment benefits may be available in 7-10 days from filing. Click here to apply:

State officials launched a new website to connect healthy Iowans who want to volunteer in their communities with nonprofits:

For local information on volunteer opportunities visit the Volunteer Center of Cedar Valley website