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One year of COVID-19: Schools, businesses, community adapts to evolving pandemic

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Life was very different one year ago, in Elgin, much like the rest of central Texas. Suddenly, in-person school was canceled, events were postponed indefinitely and most businesses either changed their operations or temporarily closed their doors to try and help halt the spread of the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19. One year later, the Elgin community is still adapting to the pandemic and overcoming new obstacles. At the beginning of the pandemic, information and guidance changed almost day to day as doctors and scientists learned more and more about the new virus, said Matthew West, Elgin ISD’s director of safety and ...

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