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Coronavirus in Texas

Experts say Texas is ready for latest COVID-19 uptick but advise caution

It’s still unclear what the increase in cases will mean for the state, but doctors and hospitals say Texas is better prepared to face a surge than before.

MedSurge Respiratory patient Clyde Alexander gives a wave of thanks to RN Traci Cargile as she carries out his lunch tray at Houston Methodist The Woodlands Hospital on Friday, Jan. 14, 2022. Nurses have taken on several extra roles as hospitals have battled COVID-19 surges since 2020.

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