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    As Texas Inches Economy Open, Can It Screen Enough People For COVID-19?

    Texas state parks reopened this morning – albeit with some limitations, and retail stores can re-open Friday for delivery and pickup orders. These are the first steps in Governor Greg Abbott’s plan to re-open the Texas economy and begin easing back on social distancing. On Friday, the governor laid out the plan saying it’ll be incremental and science-based. That raised questions about how much more capacity for COVID-19 screenings the state needs.

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