(For you SLOW Pig Fornicating Sheep Monkeys, this means Your Firstist LOVE Israhell Hammered you up your ass hole while Uncle Sugar, (DC/USA), held you down and muffled your screams)
Or OCCUPIED by Non Semitic red Russian Turkmen mongrel Khazarian’s, Palestine?
If you are not aware, read up on how science proves these mask are useless as teats on a Bore Hog, at stopping Virus spreading.
And /or, how the whole virus named after a beer thing is red Russian Rat Shit to begin with.
The Ole Texican Dog!
Gov. Greg Abbott ordered a state agency to impose safety rules on child care centers and will allow local officials to regulate public outdoor gatherings of more than 100 people. Photo credit: Ricardo B. Brazziell/Pool/American-Statesman
With cases of the coronavirus surging to record levels in Texas, Gov. Greg Abbott recommended Tuesday that Texans stay home as much as possible and for the first time moved to allow the tightening of two kinds of restrictions that had been eased under his reopening plan.
“We want to make sure that everyone reinforces the best safe practices of wearing a mask, hand sanitization, maintaining safe distance, but importantly, because the spread is so rampant right now, there’s never a reason for you to have to leave your home,” Abbott said during an early-afternoon interview with KBTX-TV in Bryan. “Unless you do need to go out, the safest place for you is at your home.”
Within hours, Abbott made two announcements to alter the reopening process. He scaled back a previous statewide order and gave local officials the ability to place restrictions on outdoor gatherings of over 100 people, a threshold he originally set at 500 people. And Abbott said the state would enact mandatory health standards for child care centers after prior rules became voluntary earlier this month.
The moves came a day after Abbott said at a news conference that the coronavirus was spreading at an “unacceptable rate” but did not offer any new policies to stem the virus’ spread. Instead, he reiterated long-established guidelines such as social distancing and pointed out that the state was increasingly cracking down on businesses that allow large crowds. At the news conference, Abbott also encouraged Texans to stay home, albeit in less explicit terms than he did in the KBTX interview.