Dr. Paul Gausman

Iowa wuxuu ku daray 247 kiis oo cusub oo ah cudurka coronavirus ilaa shalay, wuxuu soo sheegey 43,144 xaaladood oo ah coronavirus-ga cusub, iyo 839 dhimasho ah. Waqooyi-galbeed Iowa, Gobolka Woodbury wuxuu daadiyey 3,576 xaaladood iyo 47 dhimasho.

Iowa đã bổ sung thêm 247 trường hợp nhiễm vi khuẩn corona mới từ hôm qua, báo cáo 43,144 trường hợp nhiễm vi khuẩn corona mới và 839 trường hợp tử vong. Ở phía Tây Bắc Iowa, quận Woodbury đã có 3,576 trường hợp nhiễm bệnh và 47 người chết.

Iowa ha agregado 247 nuevos casos de coronavirus desde ayer, reportó 43,144 casos del nuevo coronavirus y 839 muertes. En el noroeste de Iowa, el condado de Woodbury ha contado 3.576 casos y 47 muertes.

A partir de hoy, en un esfuerzo por detener la propagación del Coronavirus, todos los que se suban a un autobús de tránsito de Sioux City o ingresen a un edificio de la ciudad deberán usar una máscara o una cubierta facial. Además, el Museo Público de Sioux City ha anunciado hoy que los visitantes del museo también deberán usar máscaras.

Iowa keessati kaleessa as namni haarawa Corona virus qabame 247 dha, waliigalatti namni qabame 43,144 dha waliigalatti namni duemmoo 839 dha. Northwest Iowa keessati, Woodbury County keessati namni waliigalatti qabame 3,576 yoo tau kan waliigalatti duemmoo 47 dha.

Har’arraa jalqabame, babalinna corona virus dhaabuf yaalin godhamu, namni otobisii Sioux City yaabatu hundinuu fi gamoodhan maraa keessati haguugi fuula godhatama. Akkasumas, bakka daawwi museum Sioux City namni hunduu akka haguugi fuula godhatu qaban har’a gabasa isaani irrati beeysisan.

Hal degel oo dheeri ah oo ka soo jeeda Gobolka Dakota ayaa u dhintey dhibaatooyin la xiriira COVID-19.

Waxa jira wadarta guud ee dhimashada 34 qof iyo 1,753 xaaladood oo xun oo aan kiisas cusub la soo sheegin Isniinta. Waxaa jiray 8 xaaladood oo togan oo dheeri ah oo ka dhacay Gobolka Woodbury wadarta 3,068 iyo 42 dhimasho ah. Waxa jira 117 xaaladood oo togan oo laga helo Union County.

(Waxaa laga yaabaa inaad jeceshahay inaad ka booddo shaykan maxaa yeelay waxay noqon doontaa warar duug ah subaxdii marka qorshaha la sii daayo caawa)

Thêm một người dân từ quận Dakota đã chết vì biến chứng của Covid-19.

Đã có tổng cộng 34 trường hợp tử vong và 1,753 trường hợp dương tính và không có trường hợp nhiễm bệnh mới nào được báo cáo vào Thứ Hai. Có thêm 8 trường hợp dương tính tại quận Woodbury với tổng số 3,068 và 42 trường hợp tử vong. Có 117 trường hợp dương tính tại quận Union.

Un residente más del condado de Dakota murió por complicaciones de COVID-19.

Ha habido un total de 34 muertes y 1.753 casos positivos, sin nuevos casos reportados el lunes. Hubo 8 casos positivos adicionales en el condado de Woodbury para un total de 3,068 y 42 muertes. Hay 117 casos positivos en el Condado de Union.

El lunes por la noche, el Superintendente de Escuelas de Sioux City planeó lanzar un borrador del plan de Regreso al Aprendizaje para estudiantes en el Distrito Escolar Comunitario de Sioux City

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One more death was reported in the Sioux City metro area on Monday due to COVID-19.  The Dakota County Health Department isn’t releasing information about the person’s age or gender.  There have been a total of 34 deaths and 1,753 positive cases.  There were no new cases in Dakota County.  Siouxland District Health reported 8 new positive cases for a total of 3,068 according to the Iowa coronavirus website.  There have been 42 deaths.  There are 117 positive cases in Union County.

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The Iowa Department of Public Health reported three additional deaths in 24 hours due to COVID-19 for a statewide total of 681 people and almost 400 additional cases.  The current total is almost 25,300 positive cases.

There were almost one dozen new cases of COVID-19 reported in Woodbury and Dakota counties on Friday for a total of 3,052 in Woodbury County and 1,751 in Dakota County.  There have been a total of 75 deaths.  There are still 113 cases in Union County and no deaths.

Governor Kim Reynolds says she will soon make a decision about her order to keep non-essential businesses closed through the end of the month.  An announcement could come during Friday’s daily news conference.

A week earlier, she closed schools for the rest of the academic year.  Siouxland Public Media’s Sheila Brummer shares details on how the Sioux City Community School district is looking to reach all students with online learning.

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The state of Iowa reports 21 more confirmed cases of COVID-19 for a total of 145. 

This comes the day after Governor Kim Reynolds announced the state's first death linked to the coronavirus outbreak.

The victim is a resident of Dubuque County who was between 61 and 80 years old.

Another news conference is planned for 2:30 this afternoon.

SIOUX CITY COMMUNITY SCHOOLS

Before the threat of the new coronavirus, the biggest concern of school districts this time of year might be “how do you make up snow days”?  

Snow days are nothing compared to the current reality facing students, staff, teachers and administrators. 

The head of Sioux City Community Schools, Superintendent Dr. Paul Gausman, gives us more information about what the area’s biggest school district faces right now. 

Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds says the State Hygienic Lab now has the capacity of conducting 620 tests.  The announcement comes as public health officials announced one new case of coronavirus in the state, bringing the total positive cases here to 45. 

There has been a shortage of tests nationwide.

Reynolds says the state is working with private companies to try and come up with solutions for shortages in medical supplies.  Reynolds admits she doesn’t know the number of ventilators available in the state but the state is working on the problem.

The coronavirus continues to spread across the United States and the rest of the world, and Iowa is not immune.  So far there are 13 cases in Iowa and no deaths. 

The City of Sioux City is encouraging residents to use online services as much as possible in light of the global spread of COVID-19. 

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The Sioux City School District could be hiring some additional teachers next year, according to the Sioux City Journal.  At last night’s school board meeting, administrative officials say they are expecting a bigger budget next year, as initial projections aired Monday show new revenues could be up to 2.5 percent higher, while expenses could rise up to 3 percent.

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The city of Sioux City and the owner of a popular summer hangout are working together to try and come up with a resolution over a campground.

Recently, the Ickey Nickel received notice that camping on the property isn’t allowed according to city zoning laws.

Several supporters of the Ickey Nickel appeared at yesterday’s City Council meeting to keep the campsite open. 

City Council Member Rhonda Capron is one of them.

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Sioux City School District Superintendent Dr. Paul Gausman could receive a nearly 2 percent raise tonight, boosting his annual pay to more than $243 thousand dollars.  Last year, Gausman asked to board to freeze his salary.

At its meeting tonight, the school board will vote on a new three-year contract for Gausman.  He has been Sioux City school superintendent since 2008.

Gausman’s contract is in line with the previously approved raise for other administrators and the two percent raise union leaders negotiated for teachers. 

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Sioux City School District Superintendent Paul Gausman could receive a nearly 2 percent raise tonight, boosting his annual pay to more than $243 thousand dollars.  Last year, Gausman asked to board to freeze his salary

At its meeting tonight, the school board will vote on a new three-year contract for Gausman.  He has been Sioux City school superintendent for 11 years.

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Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds was in Sioux City today signing a bill into that extends the 1 cent sales tax.  The statewide sales tax for school infrastructure improvements set to expire in 10 years has been extended through 2051.

Sioux City Community School District Superintendent Dr. Paul Gausman (GAUS-min) attended the signing ceremony downtown and said the sales tax has helped the school district in the past and it will also be helpful in the future. He says the money will help the district renovate or replace some elementary schools. 

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A statewide sales tax for school infrastructure improvements set to expire in 10 years has been extended through 2051.

Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds signed a bill extending that sales tax into law in Sioux City today (yesterday/Friday).

Sioux City Community School District Superintendent Dr. Paul Gausman (GAUS-min) says the state’s 1-cent sales tax has helped the school district in the past and will help them in the future.