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Friday’s Houston Matters: Refineries Versus Hurricanes, And The Pandemic Causes Missed Diagnoses (Aug. 28, 2020)

On Friday’s show: How a hurricane would impact local refineries, the pandemic causes delays in vital medical screenings, and previewing Town Square with Ernie Manouse.


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On Friday’s Houston Matters: A chemical plant caught on fire and released chlorine gas in Lousianna just as Hurricane Laura left the region. A similar incident happened during Hurricane Harvey. Can Houston-area refineries survive a direct impact from a hurricane?

Also this hour: Dr. Therese Beavers talks to us about the delay in cancer and other medical screenings since the beginning of the pandemic.

And we preview Town Square with Ernie Manouse, a new community call-in show with leading experts on any given subject.

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