Cedar Rapids Gazette: The Eastern Iowa Airport in Cedar Rapids halted development of its health screening program because of changes in Federal Aviation Administration rules, airport Director Marty Lenss said. The program, approved by the airport commission last month, was intended to screen all outgoing passengers using medical personnel from Mercy Medical Center. But a change in FAA rules means the Cedar Rapids airport cannot use funding from the CARES Act or airport revenue for the project. The Eastern Iowa Airport was planning on using 3% of its CARES funding for the project. Other safety measures, including a mask mandate, remain in effect.