The Daily News takes a look at the pandemic’s impact on Galveston County, from neighborhoods and local governments to hospitals and nonprofits.
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- Story by KERI HEATH | Photos by Stuart Villanueva
People are getting outside more often and are spending more time in their immediate communities, so they're getting to know their neighbors better.
- Story by JOHN WAYNE FERGUSON | Photos by Jennifer Reynolds
The scene at the Galveston County Courthouse on Sept. 25 was a study in how government works in 2020.
- Story by KERI HEATH
Physicians have had to rapidly shift this year to find the best ways of fighting the pandemic.
- Story by ANGELA WILSON
For the past six months, several nonprofits and charities have stepped up and have been helping those affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
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