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Read the latest in Central Texas' ongoing measures against the coronavirus pandemic.

Round Rock chief financial officer: City expecting financial ‘hard hit’ from coronavirus

The city of Round Rock is bracing to lose upward of $10 million this fiscal year in combined general fund and tourism revenue due to coronavirus-related closures that are slowing the local economy.

Local Bee Cave yoga studio aims to provide hope, healing amid pandemic

In light of the coronavirus pandemic, individuals throughout the Greater Austin area are taking necessary precautions to ensure the overall health of the community.

Need Wi-Fi access? This is where Austin ISD buses will be offering free Wi-Fi to students on weekdays

With Austin ISD now holding classes virtually for the ongoing 2019-20 school year, the district will begin using a fleet of school buses with Wi-Fi hotspot capabilities to serve communities with low internet access and a high population of students.

Williamson County Sheriff's Office offers wellness checks on vulnerable population during coronavirus pandemic

The Williamson County Sheriff's Office has set up a wellness check pilot program in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, according to an April 10 news release.

INTERACTIVE: Check the status of 1,124 dining establishments throughout Central Texas, from New Braunfels to Georgetown

Dining establishments throughout Central Texas are still operating, but none are currently allowed to cater to dine-in customers due to the ongoing restrictions brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Taylor Jackson Buchanan, Amy Rae Dadamo, Nicholas Cicale, Ali Linan and Brian Rash contributed to this report.