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We take your privacy seriously and provide this form under Texas law so you can request certain information from us and exercise your privacy rights.

For information about our data practices and the general categories of information we collect and share, please visit our Texas Privacy Policy. Otherwise, please make your request below.

** PLEASE NOTE THESE OPTIONS ONLY APPLY TO CALIFORNIA RESIDENTS AND DO NOT APPLY TO ANY REPORTING OR NEWS INFORMATION **

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Any information we gather through this process will only be used for consumer verification, security procedures, or fraud-prevention. We will delete any verification information as soon as practical after processing your request.

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If you are an authorized agent for the purposes of submitting consumer requests under the CCPA, please send your request to privacy@cnhi.com.

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Should masks return as delta variant fuels new Covid cases?

The percentage of Texas Covid-19 tests coming back positive is now at levels considered red flags by Gov. Greg Abbott and the Trump administration during the height of the pandemic. State officials and virologists say the highly contagious delta variant is fueling the rise in new cases and hospitalizations, especially among the unvaccinated. The delta variant also is capable of infecting the vaccinated, considered breakthrough infections, although the vaccinated experience only mild cases. Should the public return to pandemic safety measures such as mask wearing in public places?

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