The coronavirus pandemic has changed daily routines across Central Texas.
Jobs and schools are affected by closures and slow downs. Some store supplies are limited. And people are learning to comply with frequent hand washing and social distancing to prevent the spread of the virus.
Freelance photojournalist Jason Deckman took to the streets of Central Texas to talk with residents about how COVID-19 is changing their lives. Here’s what they had to say.
- 58 Bell County coronavirus cases now after 7new infections reported; prisoner infected at Gatesville women's jail
- UPDATE: Bell County coronavirus count, now 51, accidentally listed patient names; 12 recovered; Temple, Killeen, Waco to receive federal funds
- UPDATE: Blackburn: Bell County stay-at-home order working as coronavirus cases remain 51; South Temple Chick-fil-A to reopen after employee's COVID-19 test
- UPDATE: 2nd Bell coronavirus death recorded as 10 new cases bring count to 68
- 71 Bell County coronavirus cases after 3 new infections, including KPD officer
- UPDATE: Bell County recommends face masks in public; Temple, Killeen and Belton police officers allowed option of wearing masks
- UPDATE: 74 total COVID-19 cases found in Bell County
- Gatesville H-E-B employee dies, found Monday in store parking lot
- UPDATE: Bell COVID-19 count now 46; 10 people have recovered; UT study shows importance of social distancing
- Coryell County now has at least 10 coronavirus cases