COVID-19 has ravaged Texas, causing deaths, hospitalizations and restrictions across the state. Nearly 4.3 million cases were reported among Texans. Health experts are warning the pandemic is not over and residents must remain alert and take precautions. This comes as the push continues to get residents vaccinated moves forward. In this week’s edition of In Focus Texas, we talk to Rep. Mary Gonzalez of El Paso. Her city was the first in the state to reach herd immunity.  She explains how herd immunity has changed the city and what that means for residents. We also spoke with Dr. Elizabeth Knapp about what the vaccination changes mean for kids and how it will affect families and schools.