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Coronavirus in Texas

Texans were already feeling coronavirus' financial squeeze. Then the cases increased and cancellations mounted.

The state's oil and gas industry has cratered. Major events have been called off, and tourism across Texas has dipped. It is too soon to tell the statewide economic impact from COVID-19, but Texans are already feeling a pinch.

Billy Benedict, the owner of J&J Spirits in Austin's historic East 11th street, poses for a photo amid the economic uncertainty of the COVID19 outbreak.
New Braunfels' Le Citron European Cafe and Bistro Owners Cinderella Von Hach and Steven Startz say their business has been impacted by Coronavirus COVID-19 due to a lack of customers.
 MIKALA COMPTON | Herald-Zeitung

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