Someone added a mask to a memorial statue of Rosa Parks at a downtown Dallas bus stop on Friday.
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Isabella Chamberlain hands out bags of food and supplies to refugees for the International Rescue Committee in Dallas.
Stella M. Chavez
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A worker checks air conditioning units on the roof at the Southeast Nursing and Rehabilitation Center on Friday. More than 70 residents and staff of the San Antonio center have tested positive for COVID-19.
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Harris County Constable Sherman Eagleton helps open a free drive-through Covid-19 testing site operated by Houston's United Memorial Medical Center on Thursday.
David J. Phillip
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Mail carriers like this man in Austin started wearing masks and gloves long before the CDC issued its guidance for all Americans who go out.
Gabriel C. Perez
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Dallas police officers talk with a man downtown on Friday, before the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention urged Americans who go out to cover up.
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In San Antonio, city buses are operating, and this woman geared up on Thursday.
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Holly McDaniel with Austin Diaper Bank distributes free diapers to families on March 27.
Gabriel C. Perez
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Jonathan, 30, says he left Venezuela due to economic hardship. He waits to receive new court dates as part of the Migrant Protection Protocols program, known as Remain in Mexico, at the Paso del Norte International Bridge in Juarez, Mexico.
Saturday was the first full day since the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended that Americans should cover their faces with masks, scarves or bandanas when they go out. Here's a photographic look at how Texans, and one who hopes to become a Texan, have started covering up.
Rick Holter is KERA's vice president of news. He oversees news coverage on all of KERA's platforms – radio, digital and television. Under his leadership, KERA News has earned more than 200 local, regional and national awards, including the station's first two national Edward R. Murrow Awards. He and the KERA News staff were also part of NPR's Ebola-coverage team that won a George Foster Peabody Award, broadcasting's highest honor.