USCOVID-19 cases are increasing again. Approximately 12 percent increase Last week, US health officials warned of a fourth wave of pandemics.Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Rochelle Warrensky Said on monday She fears “imminent ruin” and President Biden Prompted state The local government maintains or restores the obligation of the mask. “Please, this is not politics.” Biden said.. “If we don’t take this virus seriously, that is, why we got into this mess in the first place, we run the risk of more cases and more deaths.”
“Many states and cities have withdrawn their mask obligations,” said Dr. Anthony Fauci, Biden’s chief medical adviser. Said Politico.. “And what we really mean is to wait a little longer.”
Texas Governor Greg Abbott (R) Almost all COVID-19 safety restrictions have been completedOn March 10, including local mask orders, cases were still on the decline nationwide. Austin and Travis County said they would continue to demand the use of public masks, Immediate proceedings from Attorney General Ken Paxton (R). District Judge Lora Livingston last Friday Austin’s allyRejected Paxton’s request for an emergency injection, at least temporarily, and while she was considering the benefits of the case.
Austin has won. “Every day I can maintain a mask man date with local health authorities is a victory.” Austin Mayor Steve Adler said Texas Tribune.. “The fact that we were able to maintain it for the past two weeks during spring break is a victory, no matter how long it lasts.”
“The debate over who has the authority to set local health orders is torn apart in line with familiar political policies.” Washington post ReportAnd in Texas, Republicans dominate state governments and Democrats dominate big cities.
Austin may have won this power struggle, but it was still costly. At least four groups have canceled their meetings or meetings in Austin because of Abbott’s decision to end Mask’s obligations. Texas Tribune Report.. “These are the rooms already in the book, and ironically, what we saw was fallout from the governor who opened the economy.” Joe Borash saidThe general manager of Hilton Austin, who lost $ 350,000 in revenue, according to a company founded by the city that operates and manages the hotel.