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Construction workers are emerging as a group likely to test positive for COVID-19, the Statesman reports.

The ABJ says Ryan Companies is moving forward with its 41-story, 545,000-square-foot downtown office tower. ($)

There are privacy tradeoffs with COVID-19 contract tracing apps for mobile phones, reporters at the AP write.

The state waived some fees and regulations for oil and gas, according to KUT, but once again chose not to cut production.

In case you forgot Mother's Day is Sunday, Austin Monthly has eight last-minute gift ideas from local brands.

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Due to shipping delays, allocations of the Pfizer vaccine scheduled to be distributed in Texas on Monday will now arrive on Tuesday.

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The Texas Department of State Health Services will allocate 333,650 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine to 260 providers this week, with the bulk assigned to hub providers that are focused on widespread community distribution events. Eight of those providers are in Travis County.

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Texas-based anti-vaccine organization Informed Consent Action Network was among five anti-vaccine groups that collectively received more than $850,000 in federal loans from the Paycheck Protection Program, the Washington Post reported Monday. The organization received $166,000 in May 2020, according to founder Del Bigtree.

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