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Texas will not release information about coronavirus clusters at state-run homes for Texans with disabilities

Residents' families, restricted from visiting in an effort to stop the spread, are pleading for information. Even they aren’t being told how severe the outbreaks are where their loved ones live.

A State Supported Living Center located in Austin on April 21, 2020. Texas officials cite medical privacy laws to refrain from publicly disclosing cases of COVID-19 among staff and residents in state-supported living centers.

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