Texas COVID Cases, Deaths Plummet After Gov. Abbott Repeals Mask Mandate

Abbott announces the reopening of more Texas businesses

Texas’ coronavirus case and death totals have collapsed in the month since Republican Gov. Greg Abbott repealed the state’s mask mandate.

Since Abbott repealed Texas’ mask mandate on March 2, Texas’ COVID-19 cases have dropped by about 4,000 per day, while the state’s deaths have dropped by 137 per day, according to The New York Times’ COVID tracker.

Many Democratic politicians predicted that Texas’ cases and deaths would skyrocket as a result of Abbott’s move.


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