Four US states abolish the mandatory wearing of masks

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 Texas Governor Greg Abbott announced that all businesses will be fully operational in the state starting next week.

Four US states - Texas, Louisiana, Michigan and Mississippi - have canceled the mandatory wearing of face masks.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott said March 2 that the plant would resume full operations next week. He said it was time to "100% open Texas."

Abbott has issued a decree overturning most of the restrictive measures imposed due to the coronavirus pandemic. The document will enter into force on March 10, it removes the requirements for wearing protective mosquitoes and cancels the punishment for not wearing them.
According to the American Johns Hopkins University, on March 3, in the world, 114.759 million people were confirmed to have coronavirus infection, 2.54 million died, and 64.9 million recovered. The United States leads in the number of detected cases of the disease, there are 28.719 million of them in the country, more than 516.6 thousand died from COVID-19.

An outbreak of coronavirus infection began at the end of 2019 in China. On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization declared the spread of the coronavirus a pandemic.


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