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  Posted on: Wednesday, February 13, 2019
Report ranks Iowa as roughly average for emergency preparedness
KJAN.com, by: Ric Hanson, February 13, 2019
(Radio Iowa) — A report that ranks the states for their preparedness for public health emergencies places Iowa in the middle of the pack. Iowa scored four out of ten for preparedness for diseases, disasters and bioterrorism.

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