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Coronavirus in Texas

Already in crisis, Texas hospitals treat record numbers of COVID-19 patients while preparing for another post-holiday surge

The state has reported at least 28,545 fatalities tied to the virus, available intensive care unit beds are at a low and health experts say Texans can’t vaccinate their way out of the current surge.

A nurse visits a patient in the COVID-19 ward at Doctors Hospital at Renaissance Health System in Edinburg on June 30, 2020.

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