translated from Spanish: Texas removes its restrictions against COVID: the hub cover will no longer be mandatory

This Tuesday, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott ordered «reopening the state to 100%» and removed a huge number of restrictions, including mandatory use of bearded or bearded. Abbott had already anticipated that a «big announcement» was coming through his official Twitter account, where, within fifteen minutes, he posted, «I just announced that Texas is 100% over the top. All. I also finished the state’s mask mandate.»

I just announced Texas is OPEN 100%. EVERYTHING. I also ended the statewide mask mandate. — Greg Abbott (@GregAbbott_TX)
March 2, 2021

At a press conference in the city of Lubbock, Abbott noted that local authorities in each county can continue any of the restrictions against COVID-19, but that they will not be able to «impose sanctions or send anyone to jail for disobeying that order.» In turn, he detailed that this new order, which is given because, according to the governor, Texas records the lowest levels of hospitalizations of the last four months, will come into force from next Wednesday, March 10, As expected, the announcement had as many detractors as adept, who repudiated and celebrated the governor’s decision. Among all the messages, it stands out that of the actress and activist for the rights of transgender people, Nicole Maines, who wrote: «Knowingly, you are endangering people’s lives.»

You are knowingly putting people’s lives in danger. — Nicole Maines (@NicoleAMaines)
March 2, 2021

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