KCRG-TV: Iowa can’t track the number of positive, negative or inconclusive tests performed by Test Iowa, according to data received through a public records request. The data, which KCRG threatened lawsuits to receive, marks the first time data from Test Iowa has been released and also shows it took 46 days to meet the state’s goal of testing 3,000 people in a single day. Nomi Health, the Utah-based company running Test Iowa, is also performing a similar service in Utah and Nebraska. The Salt Lake Tribune reported that Nomi Health’s tests in Utah were getting positive results at a dramatically lower rate than tests done elsewhere in the state.