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Texas and Florida are reporting fewer new cases per capita than Michigan, Pennsylvania and New York,…

Texas Gov Greg Abbott ended a mask mandate on March 10 and fully reopened the state (people at a bar in Houston). In Florida, which doesn't have a mandate, Gov Ron DeSantis allowed businesses to fully reopen in September

…States Where Mask Mandates And Other COVID-19 Restrictions Are Still In Place

By VALERIE EDWARDS

FOR DAILYMAIL.COM

States including Texas and Florida, which have completely reopened, are reporting fewer coronavirus cases than Michigan, Pennsylvania and New York, which have COVID-19 restrictions and mask mandates in place, according CDC data.

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott ended a mask mandate on March 10 and fully reopened the state. In Florida, which doesn’t have a mandate, Gov. Ron DeSantis allowed businesses to fully reopen in September.

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