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Coronavirus in Texas

For Texas' ill and immunocompromised, coronavirus brings a new threat and familiar precautions

“We are perpetually at risk,” said Shelby Chiles of Lewisville, who has a rare autoimmune disease.

Ken and Shannon Huehlefeld.
Shelby Chiles and her husband Todd Chiles.

“You either have doomsday preppers buying all the toilet paper, or you’ve got people who are just out and about like nothing’s happening. ... We all need to get in the middle together. But 6 feet away from each other.”

— Tessa Phillips, who has a weakened immune system

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