April 10, 2020

Houston Public Media: In Houston, Coronavirus Tests A City Known For Its Resilience

Houston has endured the oil bust of the 1980s, the fraud and collapse of energy trading company Enron and multiple storms and floods that come year after year. But the novel coronavirus has unnerved even residents who’ve weathered other disasters.

“This is territory both familiar and unfamiliar,” said Angela Blanchard, a disaster and recovery expert. Click here to read the rest of the article and hear Angela’s interview.

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