Tyson Foods says 2 dead after virus outbreak at Iowa plant
Associated Press: Two employees have died following a coronavirus outbreak that has sickened scores of Tyson Foods workers at a large pork plant in southeastern Iowa, the company said Wednesday. The deaths of the workers at Tyson plant in Columbus Junction are the first known to be linked to an outbreak at a meatpacking plant in Iowa.

Meredith guarantees advertisers that magazine readers will ‘take action’
Des Moines Register: Meredith Corp. announced Wednesday that it will guarantee advertisers see a response if they buy space in the company’s magazines for the rest of the year. Citing the “unprecedented crisis” of the COVID-19 pandemic, Meredith Magazines President Doug Olson said the publisher wants business partners to know how effective their investment will be. The specific results guaranteed for each ad depends on the advertiser.

Testing falls short as Trump seeks an end to stay-at-home orders
New York Times: As President Donald Trump pushes to reopen the economy, most of the country is not conducting nearly enough testing to track the path and penetration of the coronavirus in a way that would allow Americans to safely return to work, public health officials and political leaders say. Although capacity has improved in recent weeks, supply shortages remain crippling, and many regions are still restricting tests to people who meet specific criteria.