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Coronavirus in Texas

More than a third of Texans speak a language other than English. That means key coronavirus updates aren’t accessible to them.

Because of language barriers, Texas risks leaving some of the state’s marginalized communities even more vulnerable to contracting the virus while making it more difficult to access resources needed to get through the pandemic.

COVID-19 information in Spanish was mailed out to Austin residents by the Austin Regional Clinic. May 4, 2020.

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