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In Texas, COVID cases continue to fall. Meanwhile, many other states are fighting a resurgence of the virus despite state attempts to tame it.

By Jon Miltimore, The Stream, April 14, 2021

Jonathan Miltimore is the Managing Editor of FEE.org. .. Originally published on FEE.org. Reprinted with permission.

On March 2, former US Senator Al Franken mocked Texas for lifting all its remaining COVID-19 restrictions.

“Gee, we here in Texas haven’t screwed up royally in a whole two weeks!” Franken tweeted. “I know! Let’s lift the mask mandate!”…

Despite what Franken and many other critics predicted, Texas didn’t see an explosion in COVID cases. Instead, the Lone Star state saw cases reach a record low. Indeed, in the month since Franken mocked the announcement, daily cases in Texas fell from 6,834 to 2,078. That’s a 70 percent drop. …

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