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How to Spend Halloween as Safely as Possible This Year
Treats, no tricks
"...The big recommendation from the city of Austin and Centers for Disease Control is to spend Halloween at home,..."

Oct. 23, 2020 Features Feature

Totally Under Control
Alex Gibney drops his October Surprise in this dissection of Trump's coronavirus disaster
"...Never forget these words. They were the infectious emission from President..."

Oct. 9, 2020 Movie Review by Richard Whittaker

UT Won’t Notify Entire Dorm of Positive COVID-19 Case
Officials cite CDC guidance and fear of "alarm fatigue" for decision to limit notifications
"...Texas at Austin student living on campus tests positive for COVID-19, the entire residence hall will not be notified,..."

Sept. 11, 2020 News Feature by Beth Sullivan

Day Trips: Potty Breaks
Alternatives to public restrooms when traveling
"...Recently, National Geographic published the informative article "In public toilets, flushing isn't the only COVID-19..."

July 17, 2020 Column by Gerald E. McLeod

Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic, Austin Choirs Seek Community Through Virtual Worship
Music remains an integral part of most religions, so what happens when the choir can't meet?
" discuss how the coronavirus pandemic has altered reality for the oldest Protestant worship space in Austin...."

July 10, 2020 Music Feature by Nataleah Small

Police Association Accuses Protesters of Giving Cops COVID-19
So here’s a photo gallery of officers not wearing masks at protests
"...The Austin Police Association is blaming protesters for a perceived uptick in APD officers contracting COVID-19...."

July 1, 2020 News Post by Kevin Curtin

COVID-19 Confirmed at Taylor's ICE Detention Center
Still risking their lives
"...Center stays "out of sight and out of mind" for most Taylor residents, according to Mayor Brandt Rydell. That..."

June 26, 2020 News Feature by Victoria Rossi

No Virus, But Few Tests for County Inmates
As COVID-19 outbreaks behind bars happen across the country, closer scrutiny at Travis County jail protocols
"...test all inmates and employees at Travis County Jail for the coronavirus. "Without testing, tracing, and treatment, the Travis..."

May 29, 2020 News Feature by Brant Bingamon

Knowledge Is Power as Nursing Homes Combat COVID-19
There’s a lot we don’t know about the pandemics’s toll in care centers, but what we do know is bad
" the novel coronavirus earlier this year. Though the disease has spread far and wide since then, with havoc..."

May 22, 2020 News Feature by Margaret Nicklas

For Texas Prisoners, COVID-19 Shouldn’t Be a Death Sentence
Criminal justice advocates warn of outbreaks behind bars
"...Criminal justice advocates have warned for weeks that it was only a matter of time..."

May 15, 2020 News Feature by Brant Bingamon

In Lawrence Wright's Novel, an Imagined Pandemic That's Frighteningly Real
If disease-ravaged world of The End of October feels like our own, that’s because the author did his research rigorously
"...Very few authors have the foresight to write a book on a subject "ripped from..."

May 1, 2020 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Austin Slowly Gets the COVID-19 Testing Data It Needs
Knowledge is power
"...that hasn't changed enough is the availability of testing for the novel coronavirus that causes the deadly and contagious..."

April 17, 2020 News Feature by Margaret Nicklas

Qmmunity: Health Equity During COVID-19
An intersectional framework to how we live and help others is essential for a healthier, more equitable future
"...public health threat is exposed: inequity. Indeed, COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, impacts everyone, but among the..."

April 3, 2020 Column by Beth Sullivan

On the COVID-19 Front Lines, Providers Feel Exposed
Seeking protection
"...For health care workers in Cen­tral Texas, a very different..."

April 3, 2020 News Feature by Margaret Nicklas

For Now, County Jail Succeeds in Keeping Out COVID-19
Law enforcement, advocates agree on need to reduce jail population
"...This welcome information, released on March 19, came with details on the..."

March 20, 2020 News Post by Brant Bingamon

Social Justice Advocates Call for Big Moves to Ease the Blow of Coronavirus
The most at risk
"...disability rights; medical services; child­ care; elder care; law enforcement; courts; and jails...."

March 20, 2020 News Feature by Mary Tuma

Local Students Face an Open-Ended Spring Break
School's out for ...
"...or wi-fi were directed to contact Student Emergency Services for support...."

March 20, 2020 News Feature by Beth Sullivan

Health Care Needs Your Help to Slow COVID-19’s Spread
Keep your distance
" head off the rapid spread of COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus. Events have unfolded rapidly since..."

March 20, 2020 News Feature by Margaret Nicklas

Austin Hunkers Down and Waits as the Pandemic Grows
It’s closing time
" shuttered to slow the spread of COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, through at least May..."

March 20, 2020 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

University of Texas Classes Move Online for Remainder of Spring Semester
Students will also have to vacate residence halls
"...or Wi-Fi were directed to contact Student Emergency Services for support...."

March 18, 2020 News Post by Beth Sullivan

Advocates Call on City, County to Protect Most Vulnerable During COVID-19 Outbreak
Education, health, housing, justice addressed by list of demands
"...and disability rights, medical services, childcare, elder care, law enforcement, courts, and jails. (The complete list of demands is..."

March 16, 2020 News Post by Mary Tuma

Local, State Health Leaders Try to Keep Up with COVID-19
Six known cases in Travis County but actual number likely higher
"...Italy and elsewhere, experts are increasingly emphasizing the need for everyone – even the young and healthy – to..."

March 16, 2020 News Post by Margaret Nicklas

City of Austin Scales Back on Some Public Services During COVID-19 Outbreak
Essential services including public safety, utilities continue
"...library branches, golf courses, athletic programs, recreation and cultural centers, and the Austin Animal Center will be closed to..."

March 16, 2020 News Post by Austin Sanders

How Will COVID-19 Affect Austinites Without Housing?
For shelters, shutting down is "beyond the worst-case scenario"
"...spaces and self-quarantine at home, what can be done for our neighbors who live in public spaces because they..."

March 13, 2020 News Post by Austin Sanders

Austin Identifies Area's First COVID-19 Cases
Two presumed to be infected pending CDC confirmation
"...Mark Escott announced today, March 13, that COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, has come to Travis..."

March 13, 2020 News Post by Austin Sanders and Margaret Nicklas

What You Can Do to Prevent Spreading Coronavirus
CDC's recommendations for helping prevent spread of respiratory diseases
"...There is currently no vaccine to prevent coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). The best way to prevent illness is..."

March 13, 2020 News Feature

The Latest on the Local Actions and Reactions to COVID-19
Health officials feel wary but ready
"...countries reported having new or additional cases of the disease that was first identified in China in December. Thirty-eight..."

March 13, 2020 News Feature by Margaret Nicklas

Writers Conference in San Antonio Carries On Despite Coronavirus
The Association of Writing Programs conference proceeded even under a public health emergency and with reduced attendance
"...the mayor declared a public health emergency after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention permitted an American evacuee..."

March 13, 2020 Arts Feature by Mark Gozonsky

Museum of the Weird to Auction Pieces of Horror History
Friday the 13th silent auction of props, collectibles, models, and more
"...and GrubHub delivery dudes with World Health Organization and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention-approved, bleach-free virus violator? In..."

March 13, 2020 Screens Feature by Marc Savlov

Indie Meme Festival Postponed
First of the smaller Austin film fests to respond to coronavirus
"...Originally planned for April 2-3 at AFS Cinema, the rescheduled dates are..."

March 11, 2020 Screens Post by Gianni Zorrilla

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