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Coronavirus in Texas

Rural Texas has struggled to get testing compared with big cities, but mobile testing sites could help

Smaller communities have also struggled to get tests because they were not prioritized by the government or are too cash-strapped to buy them from the private sector, which runs the majority of tests in Texas.

A National Guard-managed mobile COVID-19 drive-thru site at the Paws and Taws Fulton Convention Center in Fulton on Friday, April 24, 2020. Fulton is in Aransas Co., north of Corpus Christi.
A National Guard-managed mobile COVID-19 drive-thru site at the Paws and Taws Fulton Convention Center in Fulton on Friday, April 24, 2020. Fulton is in Aransas Co., north of Corpus Christi.

A shortage of supplies

Challenges in urban areas

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