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Coronavirus: The pandemic through Texans' eyes

Coronavirus: The pandemic through Texans’ eyes

Texas Tribune reporters have interviewed Texans from across the state to learn how they are confronting the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. Read their stories of struggle and resourcefulness in the first installment of a weekly series.

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Risking her health so others can eat

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At a small West Texas hospital, “the calm before the storm”

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An oilfield worker turns to music when work dries up

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“A 5-year-old doesn’t understand cancer”: A boy’s treatment can’t wait

Nikhil Shah.
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“One of our own”: Texas' first COVID-19 death was personal for county judge

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Shifting to homeschooling is big adjustment for eighth-grader

Genevieve Gilmore, 14, studies with her brother Charlie, 11, in their home in Celina.
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Trying to keep an empty restaurant alive is still full-time work

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Alone at the bridge: A lawyer relocates to Mexico to help migrants

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