Texas Governor Greg Abbott examined constructive for COVID-19 and reportedly has no signs

Texas Governor Greg Abbott

Texas Governor Greg Abbott tested positive for COVID, his office said Tuesday afternoon.

Abbott was vaccinated and had no symptoms, the statement said. He is apparently being tested daily, and today he tested positive.

Abbott is currently in isolation at the governor’s mansion and is receiving “Regeneron monoclonal antibody treatment,” according to @cnn. It is also reported that his wife, Cecilia Abbott, tested negative. Those in the vicinity of Abbott were notified.

He attended an event for the Republican Club on Monday.

Abbott has met with great outrage after banning mask mandates just a few weeks ago. He also threatened a fine on those who try to enforce a mask mandate in their city. Local officials can be fined up to $ 1,000.

He said, “Too many Texans have been excluded from employment opportunities. Too many small business owners struggle to pay their bills. This has to come to an end. Now is the time to open Texas 100%. “

On Tuesday there were apparently “327 intensive care beds in Texas and 11,791 laboratory-confirmed Covid-19 patients in hospitals across the state,” according to CNN.

Texas also had the most pediatric hospital admissions in the country due to COVID-19, according to the U.S. Department of Health.

Roommate, what do you think of that?

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