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Coronavirus in Texas 3/31: State reports 3,266 cases and 41 deaths; Paxton gets temporary victory on abortion ban

Our staff is closely tracking developments on the new coronavirus in Texas. Check here for live updates.

The emergency drop-off at St. David’s Medical Center in Austin on March 30, 2020.

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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Tuesday’s biggest developments

Harris County extends stay-at-home order, plans release of some inmates

Texas reports 3,266 cases and 41 deaths

Paxton gets temporary victory on abortion ban

Federal officials OK Texas' request to waive student testing

28 people in Austin test positive after spring break trip

Dallas mayor urges people to avoid overcrowding of parks

Military to stop disclosing number of cases at facilities

Second death at Dallas senior-living facility

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