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Coronavirus in Texas

Nearly a year into the pandemic, grocery workers in Texas are more fatigued than ever as they await vaccine access

After the Department of State Health Services neglected to include front-line essential workers in the latest phase of the vaccine rollout, grocery store workers juggle stressful work while waiting for the vaccine.

After two confirmed cases of COVID-19 cased in the Austin area, a long line formed at the H-E-B grocery store at Hancock Center. Many residents waited in line for 30 to 45 minutes, as lines stretched to the rear of the store.

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