The U.S. Census Bureau has released new data showing that the state of Iowa has been producing a steady stream of vaccine development and manufacturing jobs for almost a decade.
Iowa has made a strong showing for development of the first of three vaccines currently being developed.
The first vaccine is expected to go to the Iowa Department of Health and Human Services later this year.
The data released Tuesday by the U.s.
Census bureau shows that the Iowa economy has added more than 20,000 jobs in the past year.
In the last five years, Iowa has created about 6,500 manufacturing jobs, the Census Bureau said.
Iowa is the state with the highest unemployment rate in the country at 11.6 percent.
That is nearly double the national average of 4.7 percent.
The state has been in the midst of a state of emergency since January 2015, when the first vaccine was developed.
Iowa is also the first U..
S.-born state to develop a vaccine.
Iowa’s first vaccine, Vaxos-2, is the only vaccine developed for people who have been diagnosed with Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis.
The Iowa Department for Health and Mental Hygiene (DHMH) is the lead agency in the vaccine development process.
The first two vaccines, Vexel and Vaxas-2 were developed by the Iowa Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the U,S.
Department of Defense.
The third vaccine, the Vexo, was developed by Vaccine Research Institute (VRI).
The new data is a reminder that Iowa is a highly diverse state, with a population of more than 30 million people, a large population of Native Americans, a high school graduation rate and a small population of low-income people.
In recent years, the state has focused on developing a second vaccine for people with Crohns disease.
In April 2018, Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds signed a proclamation directing the state to begin manufacturing the second vaccine by 2020.
The second vaccine will be used in conjunction with a third vaccine.
Both vaccines will be tested in clinical trials.