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Coronavirus in Texas

Coronavirus in Texas: Texas reports 22,806 cases and 593 deaths, releases online map of testing locations

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

Downtown San Marcos during the coronavirus pandemic on April 10, 2020.

Coronavirus in Texas

As the coronavirus spreads across the state, The Texas Tribune is covering the most important health, economic and breaking developments that affect Texans, every day. Watch our Texas unemployment tracker, use our explainer on the coronavirus for essential information, and visit our map tracker for the number of cases, deaths and tests in Texas.

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Friday's biggest developments:

Texas polls on Donald Trump, Greg Abbott, Congress and coronavirus show mix grades

Cruz wants Federal Reserve to create lending program for oil companies

State launches online map of testing sites

Texas Workforce Commission pays $20 million in benefits to self-employed Texans, freelancers

Six people in ICE detention sue government, seek release over coronavirus concerns

SBA discriminated against Hidalgo EMS, judge rules

Texas reports 22,806 cases and 593 deaths

Gov. Greg Abbott announces funds for rent assistance

Galveston will reopen public beaches for workouts

Envelope with money in it

The impact on Texas’ economy

Stores can start offering curbside pickup

Taco Cabana parent company reevaluating its SBA loan

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