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Texas Reports Increase In Cases As State Reopens

A number of new models predict a rise in cases of the coronavirus as states begin to reopen. In Texas, where some businesses were allowed to reopen at partial capacity last Friday, the state reported a big increase in new cases over the weekend.

Here & Now‘s Jeremy Hobson speaks with Samuel King ( @SamuelKingNews), a reporter with KUT in Austin.

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