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A busy pandemic hurricane season is ramping up

The COVID-19 pandemic may further complicate the forecasted above-normal 2020 Atlantic hurricane season.

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Sewer surveillance: A potential public health tool

Researchers have been looking to the sewers for the novel coronavirus lately. Wastewater surveillance is nothing new, but it might be a useful tool in the current pandemic.

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Opinion: Rapid Relief—Dealing with water shutoffs during COVID-19

A Texas A&M professor of political science explains how the federal government might end shutoffs & keep water flowing during the COVID-19 crisis.

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Cattle, cooking and community: TWRI works from home

In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, Texas Water Resources Institute (TWRI) staff shifted to working remotely, sheltering in place with their families and roommates. As TWRI staff members have adjusted to this temporary new normal, they’ve found new ways to work and stay connected.

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Trust the tap in the COVID-19 pandemic

Tap water is safe and available at home while going out to buy bottled water can put you at risk.

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