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Coronavirus in Texas

Here's how many coronavirus cases there are in Texas — and everything else you need to know

How many cases? Where are they? Who is most at risk? Here are the answers to questions about how the new strain of coronavirus is playing out in Texas.

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Coronavirus in Texas

As the coronavirus spreads across the state, The Texas Tribune is covering the most important health, economic and breaking developments that affect Texans, every day. Watch our Texas unemployment tracker, use our explainer on the coronavirus for essential information, and visit our map tracker for the number of cases, deaths and tests in Texas.

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The latest coronavirus updates

What does the pandemic mean for me?

What does this mean for my community?

What is the government doing?

What is the coronavirus?

How many people in Texas have coronavirus?

How do I get or give help?

What is the state's testing capacity, and how do I know if I should get screened?

Are Texans allowed to leave their homes?

When do schools open back up?

Can I still go to church?

What things can parents do to help protect our children?

How is the new coronavirus impacting Texas' health care systems?

How has the coronavirus impacted nursing homes and state supported living centers?

How will the state's economy be affected?

What measures are being taken to reopen the Texas economy?

How is the coronavirus impacting court hearings and prisons?

How has the coronavirus impacted the upcoming elections?

What is the government doing to help those financially impacted?

What is Texas doing to help address unemployment claims?

What’s the fatality rate for coronavirus?

How does the coronavirus spread?

How long does the virus live on surfaces?

How long does it take for symptoms to start showing?

Who is most at risk?

What do social distancing, community spread and pandemic really mean?

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