Gov. Reynolds to hold bi-weekly press conferences livestreamed through Iowa PBS

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Gov. Reynolds will return to regular bi-weekly press conferences to update Iowans on the state’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Similar to previous press conferences, they will be streamed live on broadcast and online feeds by Iowa PBS. There will also be an ASL sign language interpreter as well as a spanish translation. 

Bi-weekly press conferences will be held Tuesday and Thursday of each week at Iowa PBS studio at 11 a.m. Briefing will be held in the Maytag Auditorium of Iowa PBS, located at 6450 Corporate Drive in Johnston.

Credentialed members of the media will enter through the Maytag Lobby door, located on the east end of the building (to your left when facing the building from the parking lot). 

This content provided by the Office of the Governor of Iowa, Kim Reynolds as a press release.

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