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Watch: Austin Public Health Leaders Answer Questions About The City's COVID-19 Response

Barton Creek Square Mall opens for business in South Austin on May 1 as shopping centers were allowed to reopen in Texas.
Gabriel C. Pérez
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KUT
Barton Creek Square Mall opens for business in South Austin on May 1 as shopping centers were allowed to reopen in Texas.

Austin Public Health leaders hosted a live question-and-answer session with the media on the city's response to the coronavirus Wednesday. 

APH said the 9 a.m. meeting is the first in a weekly opportunity for news outlets to ask COVID-19-related questions. 

"Depending on week-to-week availability, Interim Austin-Travis County Health Authority, Dr. Mark Escott, APH Director Stephanie Hayden, and APH Chief Epidemiologist, Janet Pichette will be online, ready to talk," APH said in a statement.

You can watch video of the meeting below.

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