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Coronavirus in Texas

With 4 in 5 Texans living in a "red zone," coronavirus hot spots are moving targets

Early hot spots have been eclipsed by new regions in crisis. Now that so much of Texas is battling major coronavirus outbreaks, some severely ill patients have to travel long distances to receive the care they need.

The Hoffman family, visiting from Chicago has dinner at Harrison's Landing Restaurant & Bar at the Corpus Christi Marina on July 16, 2020.
The Civic Center in downtown Amarillo on May 28, 2020 is still closed for events. Potter and Randall Counties have been under extra scrutiny as a COVID-19 hotspot.

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