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Above, San Marcos and Hays County residents line up outside Live Oak Health Partners Community Clinic on Tuesday to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. As of April 5, 17,788 San Marcos residents in the zip codes 78666 and 78667 have received at least one COVID-19 vaccine dose, while 9,286 are fully vaccinated, according to the Texas Department of State Health Services. Daily Record photos by Colton Ashabranner

LINING UP FOR SHOTS

San Marcans and Hays County residents continue to get vaccinated with nearly 38,000 people fully vaccinated against COVID-19, according to the Texas Department of State Health Services. 

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Gov. Greg Abbott’s order is consistent with his messaging on vaccinations. He was vaccinated live on TV but also stresses that vaccines are “always voluntary” in his public statements. Credit: Carly May for The Texas Tribune

Gov. Greg Abbott bans state agencies and state-funded organizations from requiring proof of COVID-19 vaccination

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The Austin Retirement and Nursing Center in Austin on July 24, 2020. Under new rules, nursing homes may now allow personal contact, outdoor visitation even if there is an outbreak at the facility, unlimited time on visits and unlimited end-of-life visits. Credit: Allie Goulding/The Texas Tribune

Vaccinated Texas nursing home residents can now hug their families and receive more visitors after a year of isolation

After a year of isolation from loved ones and lack of physical contact with their families in some cases, Texas nursing home residents who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19

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