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Texas Gov. Abbott says surge in COVID-19 ’unacceptable’

Texas Gov. Abbott says surge in COVID-19 ’unacceptable’

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said Monday that the state’s recent surge in coronavirus cases is ’unacceptable’. There are 115,000 cases across the state, with a daily average of more than 3,500 new cases. He called on residents in the state to wear masks and take appropriate precautions before going out into public. Closing down Texas again will be the last option,’ he said, according to Fox 4 News.

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Hasegawa Fish
Hasegawa Fish 5 months

I do have to wonder, though, if it's really a spike in cases or increased testing revealing already present cases.

porcus
porcus 5 months

I agree. Allow the Democrat-controlled cities and States to retain their leads in deaths for the nation. Along with their leads in rat infestations, crime, gangs, police brutality, human feces in the streets, homelessness, resurgence of medieval diseases, and more.

ConcealCarryProtect
ConcealCarryProtect 5 months

Surges do not necessarily indicate increase. Increased testing increases numbers. 🤷

Joe
Joe 5 months

This is what happens when idiots push to re-open too fast because it's hurting their bank accounts. Stay home.

Charles
Charles 5 months

His mediocre actions at first, only taking actions aligned with the Presidents guidance , is what put us here. The governor has remained a follower in response rather than a leader. That has been his multi-term legacy. Riding on the fame and action of others. No original backbone.

Fin
Fin 5 months

Do something instead of just chatting about it

Jon
Jon 5 months

Wow they just made a huge leap. Remember folks its all going to disappear in April 🤔🙄

Fin
Fin 5 months

Then do something... U hold that power

hugh
hugh 5 months

If abbott closes texas down they will run him out of the state

fish
fish 5 months

Build the Wall.

Exnihilo Adnihilum
Exnihilo Adnihilum 5 months

But how many new hospitalizations have occurred?

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