Gov. Kim Reynolds’ office announced today that Test Iowa will further expand access to COVID-19 testing with five new sites opening this week. The new sites include one in Dallas County to better serve the Des Moines metro area, and four clinic sites in rural communities. The Dallas County drive-thru site opens today from noon to 6 p.m., and is located in Waukee at South Middle School, 2350 S.E. L.A. Grant Parkway. Individuals must complete the assessment at testiowa.com and schedule an appointment online to be tested. Additionally, four clinic sites will serve Page, Union, Carroll and Crawford counties. Iowa entered into a contract with Nomi Health in April to offer the testing as part of an online assessment available to Iowa residents. Individuals who wish to get tested at any clinic site or drive up test site must first complete the online assessment at testiowa.com. The Iowa Department of Public Health today reported 330 new positive cases and four deaths in the last 24 hours, with a trend toward flat or declining positive results as testing has increased over the last few weeks. As of Monday, 21,919 positive cases and 606 deaths have been reported in the state.