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(Chad Wadsworth for ACL Fest)

Austin Public Health announced that Austin City Limits Festival's COVID-19 Health and Safety plan was approved, though final approval of the event is still up in the air.

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Rainey Street continues to fill up with locals and tourists as Austinties grasp on to normalcy. (Austonia)

More than 100 people in Travis County have died of COVID-19 in the last four weeks. At the same time, for many in Austin, life feels back to pre-pandemic times.

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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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Various animals at the Austin Zoo will be COVID vaccinated. (Austin Zoo/Facebook)

Lions and tigers and bears are getting vaccinated, oh my! Following suit with other zoos across the state and country, Austin Zoo said it will begin vaccinating its animals against COVID-19 in the coming weeks.

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