Des Moines Register: Iowa is changing its guidelines for when school districts need to quarantine those exposed to people who have tested positive for coronavirus, Gov. Kim Reynolds said during her news conference today. The state will no longer recommend that those who have been exposed to a person who tested positive with coronavirus self-quarantine for 14 days if both people were wearing a facial covering, she said. Reynolds said the adjustment comes after discussions with school superintendents and is an incentive for school districts to encourage mask wearing, which the state does not currently mandate in schools.