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Mississippi is removing all trade restrictions related to the Coronavirus

Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves said he will revoke the authorization of masks and end all commercial restrictions related to the Corona virus.

Reeves said in a tweet: "Starting tomorrow, we will lift all mandates for masks in our own province, and companies will be able to operate at full capacity without any rules imposed by the state."

He added, "The number of people staying in hospitals has decreased, the number of infections has decreased, and the vaccine is being distributed quickly ..." The time has come! The state of Mississippi declared a state of emergency on March 14, 2020, days after the first cases of Coronavirus were discovered, followed by the order to stay at home in April 2.

This decision came after the governor of the US state of Texas, Greg Abbott, said that the state will cancel the decision to wear masks, and open all institutions, becoming the largest state to end a decision aimed at preventing the spread of the Corona virus.

Abbott said in a press statement, that Texas will remove restrictions imposed on determining the number of customers who can enter restaurants, indicating that the new rules will take effect on March 10.

He stressed that removing mandates at the state level does not end personal responsibility and that it is only now that there is no need for state mandates.

The decision comes as state governors relax restrictions on the Coronavirus, despite health experts' warnings that the epidemic is not over yet.

Texas has witnessed a decrease in the number of injuries and deaths, while hospitalizations have reached their lowest levels since October.