Cedar Rapids Gazette: More than 90,000 Iowans had received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine by Monday, public health officials reported, nearly a month after the first inoculations in the state were given Dec. 14. In all, the state said Monday, 96,686 doses have been administered in Iowa. Of those, 91,501 went to Iowa residents. Nearly 5,700 people so far have had two doses of a vaccine, as is required to reach full effectiveness.