Farmers can apply next week for $16 billion in coronavirus aid
Cedar Rapids Gazette: Farmers facing big losses after the bottom dropped out of the food market in the COVID-19 pandemic this spring can start applying next week for a slice of $16 billion in aid, the Trump administration said Tuesday. The funds, mostly from the CARES Act, will provide direct payments of up to $250,000 each in many cases to farmers, ranchers and producers who document losses through an application process that opens Tuesday at farmers.gov/cfap. Applications will be accepted until Aug. 28.

State to publicly ID COVID-19 outbreaks at child care businesses
Radio Iowa: State officials will start publicly identifying child care centers where there are outbreaks of COVID-19. Iowa Department of Human Services director Kelly Garcia says new guidelines require child care providers to report positive cases of the virus among children and staff.

– Harley plans fewer models, simpler factories after virus shutdown (Wall Street Journal)