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Coronavirus: The pandemic through Texans' eyes

In Houston's Chinatown, restaurants plan to feed front-line workers during the pandemic

Restaurant owners aim to give 10,000 meals to frontline workers. A boy with cancer wants a mohawk. An East Texas town prepares to reopen some businesses. In this weekly series, Texans from across the state share stories about how they're navigating life during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Debbie Chen and Nguyen T. Nguyen, a local artist and photographer, hold Sourdough bread and chocolate filled cookies
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Asian restaurants hatch a plan to feed first responders

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With teachers helping online, student gets the help she needs

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East Texas town eases restrictions, but "we still have to stay vigilant”

Downtown Jacksonville.
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West Texas hospital administrator worries that "the worst is yet to come"

Major (vanilla, left), Bo Henry (chocolate, right) and Kent (human, center) after Donna Boatright got after them with the cl…
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In border city, "People are just so stressed out and so sad"

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Dad shaves off moustache in solidarity as his son's hair falls out

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With salons closed, she's pondering a quarantine haircut

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Stepping up during his wife's pregnancy and sacrificing "me time"

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