Iowa Code 135.147
Liability: Emergency Care During Public Health Emergency
An individual, corporation, or an employee of a corporation, who, in good faith and at the request of the Department of Public Health, provides emergency care to a victim of a public health emergency, will not be held legally responsible for acting or failing to act. They can be held legally responsible if acting with extreme carelessness. This section does not apply if the person, corporation, or employee of the corporation was the cause, in part or whole, of the public health emergency.
Immunity for emergency aid - exceptions
1. A person, corporation, or other legal entity, or an employee or agent of such person, corporation, or entity, who, during a public health disaster, in good faith and at the request of or under the direction of the department or the department of public defense renders emergency care or assistance to a victim of the public health disaster shall not be liable for civil damages for causing the death of or injury to a person, or for damage to property, unless such acts or omissions constitute recklessness. 2. The immunities provided in this section shall not apply to any person, corporation, or other legal entity, or an employee or agent of such person, corporation, or entity, whose act or omission caused in whole or in part the public health disaster and who would otherwise be liable therefor.