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Coronavirus in Texas 3/19: Supreme Court halts evictions statewide

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Coronavirus in Texas

As cases of the new strain of coronavirus grow worldwide, The Texas Tribune will continue to cover developments in Texas and nationally so our audience can stay as safe and informed as possible. Check back here for up-to-the-minute news, and visit our explainer on the coronavirus for essential information, including the number of cases in Texas and things everyone should know about the virus.

 

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Thursday's biggest developments:

Dallas officer tests positive for COVID-19

Texas Supreme Court halts most evictions for one month

"Non-essential visits" suspended in state hospitals and supported living centers

For criminal defendants, virus restrictions mean more jail time and higher risk

Texas testing and coronavirus cases increase

Evictions halted in Harris County

Travis County reports 23 positive cases

San Antonio COVID-19 cases reach 25

Not all insurance plans pay for remote health care that officials are urging

Some government employees aren't being given the option to work from home

Unemployment in Texas is expected to go up, but COVID-19's full economic punch still unclear

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