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The Iowa Supreme Court released a ruling recently that said anyone fully vaccinated would not have to wear a mask inside Iowa courtrooms. However, government entities are not allowed to issue vaccine passports or utilize them.
It appears the judicial branch has another trick up its sleeve, according to a source.
A source from a county courthouse told The Iowa Standard that any witness who took the stand without a mask was put under oath by a judge and asked if they were fully vaccinated.