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Even as Austin reached the highest number of deaths in a single day this week, Austin Public Health officials say they see potential positive signs for the city's COVID situation.

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Austin Mayor Steve Adler is requesting city require employees to get vaccinated. (Steve Adler/Twitter)

Facebook is the latest of several employers in Austin to begin requiring vaccinations for their employees.

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The highly contagious Delta COVID variant has been traced in Williamson County. (Levan/Adobe)

Three cases of the highly contagious Delta coronavirus variant have been found in Williamson County in June, spurring more urgency from city officials for residents to get vaccinated.

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Eileen Artigas instructs her first class since the onset of the pandemic in November 2020. (Delilah Creative)

Eileen Artigas, who lives in the Clarksville neighborhood, has a master's degree in public health with a focus on physical activity, and she's also a fitness instructor.

Still, she found herself gaining weight when the world shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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