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El Paso officials ask residents to stay home for two weeks as COVID-19 hospitalizations surge

Oct 25, 2020
Joel Angel Juarez for The Texas Tribune

From The Texas Tribune:

As El Paso continues to grapple with a surge of coronavirus cases, health authorities in the border city on Sunday asked residents to stay home for the next two weeks in an effort to stop the spread of the virus.

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