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COVID-19 Bulletin (05/20/21)

Just 3 percent of Tarrant County hospital patients have COVID-19. New law limits how much pandemic aid school leaders can use.

Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins reported 160 new COVID-19 cases and 8 deaths on Wednesday.

Tarrant County is on its 55th consecutive day with fewer than 200 COVID-19 hospitalizations, WFAA reports. COVID-19 patients currently make up just 3 percent of all hospital patients.

Some families are finally being reunited as travel restrictions lift, but for one family that reunited after the father was stuck in India for 15 months, the disease’s impact on their home country is weighing heavily. Learn more with KERA.

A law working its way through the Texas Legislature would force school districts to set aside some of its federal aid, but school leaders worry that might harm their ability to help the students and families who need help now, the Dallas Morning News reports.


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