DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) -- Within weeks of Gov. Kim Reynolds agreeing to allow bars and restaurants to open to customers, Iowa's two major college towns are seeing spikes in coronavirus cases among young adults.
The trend is raising concerns among local health officials and prompting some businesses to again close their doors.
Business owners in Iowa have welcomed the governor's move to end most restrictions that had been imposed over the spring to slow the spread of the coronavirus, but some in Ames and Iowa City now are unsure what to do as cases rise.
The cities are home to Iowa State University and the University of Iowa, the state's largest colleges.
By DAVID PITT Associated Press