Cedar Rapids Asking Residents to Practice Social Distancing

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa - The City of Cedar Rapids is asking residents to practice social distancing to slow the passing of COVID-19.

Social distancing is a practice to limit when and where people can gather to fight against the spread of infectious diseases.

It can include limiting or cancelling mass gathering events.

Most colleges and universities and some school districts in Iowa have canceled in-person classes for several weeks or the rest of the school year because of COVID-19.

Cedar Rapids and Iowa City are on the list of school districts that are sticking with their planned spring break with no class cancellations.

There are no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Linn County, but there are 14 in Johnson County that are all linked to a cruise ship tour of Egypt.

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