Des Moines Register: Gov. Kim Reynolds announced today that she’s lifting capacity limits at Iowa businesses, starting Friday. Businesses have been limited to 50% operating capacity in Iowa as a measure to help slow the spread of COVID-19. “Eliminating the capacity restrictions will allow businesses the flexibility to adjust their specific operations accordingly to best meet the needs of their employees and customers,” Reynolds said at a news conference. She said businesses like restaurants, bars and theaters will still be required to maintain 6 feet of distance between customer groups. Swimming pools will also be allowed to reopen if they follow public health guidance and senior centers and adult day care centers can open if they follow specific guidance from the Iowa Department of Public Health.