HOUSTON COVID-19: What you need to know for July 7 (chron.com)

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Stephen Olivares, left, talks with Antanique Landry as he disinfects her gym Friday, May 15, 2020, in Houston. Landry, who said she isn’t nervous but ready to reopen, is set to open her gym soon. “It’s actually a blessing that I was able to transition to virtual,” she said of operating during the shutdown. Olivares owns a gym maintenance company, and he said he started providing disinfecting services about a week before the shutdown, after about 80% of his clients asked for them.

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The Texas Education Agency released new guidelines on Tuesday outlining best practices for schools to reopen for the 2020-21 school year, including mandating that districts offer in-person classes to all parents who wish to send their students back to campuses.

The new guidelines outline options for on-campus and virtual instruction, as well as health and safety procedures and state resources available to students and staff.

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