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Watch: Gov. Reynolds holds news conference, gives COVID vaccine updates (replay)

Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds speaks during a news conference in November in Johnston. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)
Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds speaks during a news conference in November in Johnston. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)

Iowa Gov. Kim Reynoldsheld a news conference at 11 a.m. Thursday. Watch it in the video player above, broadcast by Iowa PBS.

Reynoldsgaveupdates about COVID-19 in Iowa and vaccinations.

The last time she addressed Iowans was during the Condition of the State last week, where sheproposed an $8.1 billion state spending planfor fiscal year 2022, a 3.7 percent increase that would fund priorities in broadband expansion, K-12 and higher education and mental health programs for adults and children.

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