Taking executive action to contain the spread of #COVID19.— Gov. Greg Abbott (@GovAbbott) June 26, 2020
More information: https://t.co/P6Ak08plcn pic.twitter.com/TjRHa06nw9
Let's hear from some more of your "friends," and then I'll tell you:
Why would close these establishments in the entire state? Close in the counties with major spikes in new cases!!— Annettesego64 (@Annettesego641) June 26, 2020
Because nobody in Texas drives 3 hours to get good BBQ? Where are you from, anyway?
I've been a defender of yours, but this is outrageous. You can't continue to destroy lives when we know the mortality rate is low.— Certified Ginger (@GingerGeek67) June 26, 2020
There we go! About that mortality rate: not the issue. Available beds for the sick is the problem. Well, that and available people to treat you. Ahem:
Wear a mask. That is, unless you want to be intubated by a gynecology intern July 1st who did her last semester of med school via Zoom.— Dr. Emily Porter, M.D. (@dremilyportermd) June 26, 2020
And have you heard what this thing does to people? This ain't your grandma's flu, buddy.
"You are an individual responsibility to yourself, but you have a societal responsibility," Fauci says. https://t.co/RFebkili0c— Katherine Faulders (@KFaulders) June 26, 2020
Try to keep that in mind, will you, guys?