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Health-Care Workers Sound Alarms of Coronavirus Surge

Now Playing 6/29/2020 5:30AM      Texas was one of the last states to shut down and the earliest to reopen. Now local health-care workers urge the community to be vigilant as Texas hospitalizations reach records. Photo: AP Up Next Editor Picks Shelf 3:37 Health-Care Workers Sound Alarms of Coronavirus Surge 6/29/2020 5:30AM 6/29/2020 7:16 How the…

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Texas was one of the last states to shut down and the earliest to reopen. Now local health-care workers urge the community to be vigilant as Texas hospitalizations reach records. Photo: AP

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