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Coronavirus in Texas 3/11: UT-Austin closes sporting events to fans, Trump bans some inbound travel, and more

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Canan Emcan, 31, chief nurse of the infection and virology ward at Essen University Hospital in Essen, Germany, with a test used for suspected COVID-19 cases on March 5, 2020.

March 11's biggest developments:

Trump issues 30-day ban on foreign nationals coming into U.S. after visiting certain European countries

Third Houston person tests positive for coronavirus.

Fans will be excluded from UT-Austin home games through March 22

Some Texas colleges extend spring break, schedule online classes

Non-Texans sent to Lackland for quarantine will be sent to their home states

Houston and Harris County officials declare public health emergencies

Dallas cancels famed St. Patrick's Day parade

Third COVID-19 case confirmed in Dallas County

NCAA says March Madness games will proceed in front of mostly empty stands

Fort Worth church says pastor tested positive for COVID-19

CDC will give Texas more than $40 million for coronavirus response

Up to 120 more cruise ship passengers arriving at Lackland for quarantine; no plans to cancel Fiesta in San Antonio

Man who may have caught coronavirus through "community spread" attended Houston Rodeo

Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo canceled

COVID-19 now a pandemic

Alvarado ISD closes elementary school

Montgomery man might be first person to develop COVID-19 through "community spread"

Houston Episcopal school closing for two weeks

Congress grapples with addressing the virus without spreading it

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