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Teksaški restorani ponovo otvaraju trpezarije nakon zatvaranja koronavirusa

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Koronavirus ih je zatvorio, ali sada se ponovo otvaraju

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Teksas je najnovija država koja je dopustila ponovno otvaranje trpezarija u restoranima koje su prvobitno bile zatvorene zbog koronavirusa. U ponedjeljak, 27. aprila, guverner Teksasa Greg Abbott najavio je da će blagovaonicama biti omogućeno da ponovo prihvate klijente sa 25% kapaciteta počevši od petka, 1. maja, dan nakon isteka postojećeg skloništa u Teksasu.

Može li se koronavirus prenijeti hranom? I odgovori na druga pitanja vezana za hranu COVID-19

Neki Teksašani su se već vratili na stare načine prije guvernerovog mandata. Za vikend 24. aprila, gradonačelnik Colleyvillea dozvolio je restoranima da poslužuju kupce na svojim terasama, a kako fotografije pokazuju, bilo je gomila ljudi željnih da ponovo pojedu u svojim omiljenim restoranima.

Mnoga preduzeća primjenjuju nove sigurnosne protokole za poticanje društvenog distanciranja, poput postavljanja stolova udaljenih 6 stopa, odbijanja velikih zabava i opremanja osoblja da nosi maske i rukavice. Sve ovo i više preporučila je Nacionalna asocijacija restorana.

Uprkos tome, Teksaško udruženje restorana kaže da nijedan restoran ne bi trebao ponovno otvoriti svoje blagovaonice dok to ne učini. A za kupce koji još uvijek nisu spremni za izlazak na večeru, još uvijek možete naručiti hranu za poneti i alkoholna pića. Evo koju dostavnu hranu Amerika naručuje tokom pandemije koronavirusa.


Naloženo zatvaranje barova u Teksasu, restorani ograničeni na 50% kapaciteta

Guverner Greg Abbott u petak je ponovno zatvorio barove u Teksasu i smanjio broj restorana, što je do sada bilo najdramatičnije preokrete jer su potvrđeni slučajevi koronavirusa skočili na rekordan nivo nakon što je država krenula na jedno od najbržih američkih otvaranja. & Ampnbsp

DALLAS - Guverner Greg Abbott u petak je ponovo zatvorio barove u Teksasu i smanjio broj restorana, što je do sada bilo najdramatičnije preokrete jer su potvrđeni slučajevi koronavirusa skočili na rekordne nivoe nakon što je država krenula u jedno od najbržih američkih otvaranja.  

Naglo zatvaranje započelo je samo nekoliko dana nakon što je guverner GOP -a opisao gašenje posla kao posljednju mjeru i odražava koliko se hitno Teksas trudi da obuzda ono što je sada jedno od najvećih žarišta nacije i aposa. Samo u posljednja četiri dana u Teksasu je prijavljeno više od 23.000 potvrđenih novih slučajeva, a petak je po prvi put premašio 5.000 hospitalizacija - trostruko povećanje u odnosu na mjesec dana.  

"U ovom trenutku je jasno da je porast slučajeva u velikoj mjeri uzrokovan određenim vrstama aktivnosti, uključujući Teksašane koji se okupljaju u barovima", rekao je Abbott. & quotPostupci u ovom izvršnom redu bitni su za našu misiju da brzo obuzdamo ovaj virus i zaštitimo javno zdravlje. & quot

Naredio je i zatvaranje opreme za rafting i tubing na popularnim rijekama Texas & apos, te zahtijevao okupljanje 100 ljudi ili više na otvorenom kako bi prvo zatražio odobrenje od lokalnih vlada.

(Fotografija MARK FELIX /AFP /AFP putem Getty Images)

Ostaje daleko od potpunog povlačenja, a kritičari su se brzo pobunili da Abbott još uvijek shvaća ozbiljnost širenja i kontradiktorna je vlastitim upozorenjima.  

Abbott će se u nedjelju pridružiti potpredsjedniku Mikeu Penceu u Prvoj baptističkoj crkvi u Dallasu   radi usluge "proslave slobode" u zatvorenom prostoru. Obećavaju se protokoli socijalnog distanciranja, ali zvaničnici Dallasa i dalje brinu da će događaj dovesti do još širenja. Dolazi na kraju sedmice u kojoj je Abbott apelirao na ljude da prestanu izlaziti, rekavši "quotthere & aposs nikad nije razlog da morate napustiti svoj dom."

GAP iz Teksasa takođe napreduje sa julskom konvencijom u Houstonu, a za pobedu i apostole su potrebne maske za lice iako Abbott, lider stranke, kaže da bi svi u Teksasu trebali da je nose. A u ponedjeljak u Teksasu počinje prijevremeno osobno glasanje za primarne krugove glasova koje je Abbott odgodio u ožujku, rekavši u to vrijeme da bi održavanje izbora prema rasporedu "umanjilo zdravlje i sigurnost mnogih Teksašana".

U to vrijeme u Teksasu je bilo samo nekoliko desetina prijavljenih slučajeva. U četvrtak je broj hospitalizacija skočio preko 4.700, udvostručivši se za manje od dvije sedmice.  

Abbott je u maju počeo ukidati naredbe o karanteni i ubrzao svoje rokove za neka otvaranja usred protesta konzervativaca.  

& quotLjekari su nam tada rekli i rekli svakome ko bi poslušao da će ovo biti katastrofa. I bilo je, rekao je okružni sudac u Dallasu Clay Jenkins, demokrata koji je glavni dužnosnik okruga i apossa. & quotJoš jednom, guverner sporo djeluje. On je sada prisiljen da radi stvari koje smo od njega zahtijevali zadnjih mjesec i po dana. & Quot  

Guverner poručnika Dan Patrick ponovo je odbacio ideju da se Texas zaključava. U intervjuu za FOX News prije izvršne naredbe Abbott -a, rekao je da se Texas neće povući od svog plana ponovnog otvaranja.

“Her specifično pitanje je bilo, � li ćete zaključati? ’ Rekao sam da se nećemo povući, to je ono na što sam mislio i ne vjerujem da će se to dogoditi, ’ Patrick rekao je FOX4.

Patrick je rekao da je akcija Abbott-a usmjerena na grupu sa sve većim brojem oboljelih od COVID-19 – osoba u dobi od 18 do 49 godina.

�rkovi su, posebno, bili problem za velika okupljališta. Drugo, također znamo da smo imali hiljade i hiljade ljudi koji su bili na ulici, od kojih su mnogi bili mladi ljudi, pa se guverner posebno želi obratiti toj mladoj populaciji gdje zaista ima barem pola ili više pozitivnih testova koje smo dobili i gotovo polovica ljudi u našim bolnicama, "rekao je Patrick.

Teksas je u četvrtak postigao rekordno visokih pozitivnih testova od 5.996. Ukupan broj dana od 4.739 hospitalizacija takođe je bio rekord. Stopa zaraze države i aposa dostigla je skoro 12%, nivo koji nije viđen otkako je država bila u širokom zatvoru sredinom aprila. Brojke uključuju udvostručavanje stope zaraze na više od 10% - što je Abbott rekao u maju kao "označenu zastavu" u svom planu ponovnog otvaranja, za koje je u to vrijeme rekao da ga podržava Bijela kuća.  

Smatra se da je broj infekcija daleko veći jer mnogi ljudi nisu testirani, a studije pokazuju da se ljudi mogu zaraziti virusom COVID-19 bez osjećaja mučnine.  

Prema najnovijim povratima, blagovaonice u restoranima moraju se od ponedjeljka smanjiti na pola kapaciteta. Udruženje restorana u Teksasu podržalo je vraćanje, ali je također naglasilo da je zbog socijalne distance većini restorana ionako bilo teško preći 50% kapaciteta.

Grupa je takođe nastavila da vrši pritisak na Abbott -a radi državne politike maski. & quotIt & aposs kako bismo osigurali da naši restorani nisu policijski i policijski protivnici, & quot, rekla je Emily Williams Knight, predsjednica i izvršna direktorica organizacije.

Uragan Katrina doveo je Davida Cuija u Dallas. On ’s otkad je otvorio cajunski restoran The Swamp Caf é. Sada se suočava s drugom velikom prijetnjom-COVID-19.

“Ovog trenutka svima je potrebna pomoć, nemamo kamo pobjeći, nemamo kamo, a potrošači postaju sve više u panici. Dakle, to je teško za maloprodaju, rekao je Cui.

U restoranu Maguire & aposs, vlasnik Mark Maguire kaže da će vraćanje natrag win & apost napraviti toliko veliku razliku.

“Za mene je gotovo nemoguće da dobijem više od 50 posto u ovom restoranu, a da pritom i dalje držim sve smjernice za socijalno distanciranje, "rekao je Maguire, dodajući da je poništavanje bilo nažalost, ali nije neočekivano.

Cui je rekao da su on i aposs već prošli kroz oluju i da će opet izdržati.

“Možemo uspjeti, kao što smo učinili mnoge, vrlo teške katastrofe poput Katrine, ”, rekao je.


Naloženo zatvaranje barova u Teksasu, restorani ograničeni na 50% kapaciteta

Guverner Greg Abbott u petak je ponovno zatvorio barove u Teksasu i smanjio broj restorana, što je do sada bilo najdramatičnije preokrete jer su potvrđeni slučajevi koronavirusa skočili na rekordan nivo nakon što je država krenula na jedno od najbržih američkih otvaranja. & Ampnbsp

DALLAS - Guverner Greg Abbott u petak je ponovo zatvorio barove u Teksasu i smanjio broj restorana, što je do sada bilo najdramatičnije preokrete jer su potvrđeni slučajevi koronavirusa skočili na rekordne nivoe nakon što je država krenula u jedno od najbržih američkih otvaranja.  

Naglo zatvaranje započelo je samo nekoliko dana nakon što je guverner GOP -a opisao gašenje posla kao posljednju mjeru i odražava koliko se hitno Teksas trudi da obuzda ono što je sada jedno od najvećih žarišta nacije i aposa. Samo u posljednja četiri dana u Teksasu je prijavljeno više od 23.000 potvrđenih novih slučajeva, a petak je po prvi put premašio 5.000 hospitalizacija - trostruko povećanje u odnosu na mjesec dana.  

"U ovom trenutku je jasno da je porast slučajeva u velikoj mjeri uzrokovan određenim vrstama aktivnosti, uključujući Teksašane koji se okupljaju u barovima", rekao je Abbott. & quotPostupci u ovom izvršnom redu bitni su za našu misiju da brzo obuzdamo ovaj virus i zaštitimo javno zdravlje. & quot

Naredio je i zatvaranje opreme za rafting i tubing na popularnim rijekama Texas & apos, te je zahtijevao okupljanje 100 ljudi ili više na otvorenom kako bi prvo zatražio odobrenje od lokalnih vlada.

(Fotografija MARK FELIX /AFP /AFP putem Getty Images)

Ostaje daleko od potpunog povlačenja, a kritičari su se brzo pobunili da Abbott još uvijek shvaća ozbiljnost širenja i kontradiktorna je vlastitim upozorenjima.  

Abbott će se u nedjelju pridružiti potpredsjedniku Mikeu Penceu u Prvoj baptističkoj crkvi u Dallasu   radi službe "proslave slobode" u zatvorenom prostoru. Obećavaju se protokoli socijalnog distanciranja, ali zvaničnici Dallasa i dalje brinu da će događaj dovesti do još širenja. Dolazi na kraju sedmice u kojoj je Abbott apelirao na ljude da prestanu izlaziti, rekavši "quotthere & aposs nikad nije razlog da morate napustiti svoj dom."

GAP iz Teksasa takođe napreduje sa julskom konvencijom u Houstonu, a za pobedu i apostole su potrebne maske za lice iako Abbott, lider stranke, kaže da bi svi u Teksasu trebali da je nose. A u ponedjeljak u Teksasu počinje prijevremeno osobno glasanje za primarne krugove glasova koje je Abbott odgodio u ožujku, rekavši u to vrijeme da bi održavanje izbora prema rasporedu "umanjilo zdravlje i sigurnost mnogih Teksašana".

U to vrijeme u Teksasu je bilo samo nekoliko desetina prijavljenih slučajeva. U četvrtak je broj hospitalizacija skočio preko 4.700, udvostručivši se za manje od dvije sedmice.  

Abbott je u maju počeo ukidati naredbe o karanteni i ubrzao svoje rokove za neka otvaranja usred protesta konzervativaca.  

& quotLjekari su nam tada rekli i rekli svakome ko bi poslušao da će ovo biti katastrofa. I bilo je, rekao je okružni sudac u Dallasu Clay Jenkins, demokrata koji je glavni dužnosnik okruga i apossa. & quotJoš jednom, guverner sporo djeluje. On je sada prisiljen da radi stvari koje smo od njega zahtijevali zadnjih mjesec i po dana. & Quot  

Guverner poručnika Dan Patrick ponovo je odbacio ideju da se Texas zaključava. U intervjuu za FOX News prije izvršne naredbe Abbott -a, rekao je da se Texas neće povući od svog plana ponovnog otvaranja.

“Her specifično pitanje je bilo, � li ćete zaključati? ’ Rekao sam da se nećemo povući, to je ono na što sam mislio i ne vjerujem da će se to dogoditi, ’ Patrick rekao je FOX4.

Patrick je rekao da je akcija Abbott-a usmjerena na grupu sa sve većim brojem oboljelih od COVID-19 – osoba u dobi od 18 do 49 godina.

�rkovi su, posebno, bili problem za velika okupljališta. Drugo, također znamo da smo imali hiljade i hiljade ljudi koji su bili na ulici, od kojih su mnogi bili mladi ljudi, pa se guverner posebno želi obratiti toj mladoj populaciji gdje zaista ima barem pola ili više pozitivnih testova koje smo dobili i gotovo polovica ljudi u našim bolnicama, "rekao je Patrick.

Teksas je u četvrtak postigao rekordno visokih pozitivnih testova od 5.996. Ukupan broj dana od 4.739 hospitalizacija takođe je bio rekord. Stopa infekcije države i aposa dosegla je gotovo 12%, nivo koji nije viđen otkako je država bila u širokom zatvoru sredinom aprila. Brojke uključuju udvostručavanje stope infekcije na više od 10% - što je Abbott rekao u maju kao "označenu zastavu" u svom planu ponovnog otvaranja, za koje je u to vrijeme rekao da ga podržava Bijela kuća.  

Smatra se da je broj infekcija daleko veći jer mnogi ljudi nisu testirani, a studije pokazuju da se ljudi mogu zaraziti virusom COVID-19 bez osjećaja mučnine.  

Prema najnovijim povratima, blagovaonice u restoranima od ponedjeljka se moraju smanjiti na pola kapaciteta. Udruženje restorana u Teksasu podržalo je povratak, ali je također naglasilo da je zbog socijalne distance većini restorana ionako teško preći 50% kapaciteta.

Grupa je također nastavila vršiti pritisak na Abbott -a radi politike maski za cijelu državu. & quotIt & aposs kako bismo osigurali da naši restorani nisu policijski i policijski protivnici, & quot, rekla je Emily Williams Knight, predsjednica i izvršna direktorica organizacije.

Uragan Katrina doveo je Davida Cuija u Dallas. On ’s otkad je otvorio cajunski restoran The Swamp Caf é. Sada se suočava s drugom velikom prijetnjom-COVID-19.

“Ovog trenutka svima je potrebna pomoć, nemamo kamo pobjeći, nemamo gdje otići, a potrošači postaju sve više u panici. Dakle, to je teško za maloprodaju, rekao je Cui.

U restoranu Maguire & aposs, vlasnik Mark Maguire kaže da vraćanje natrag win & apost čini toliko veliku razliku.

“Skoro mi je nemoguće da dobijem više od 50 posto u ovom restoranu, a da pritom i dalje držim sve smjernice za socijalno distanciranje, "rekao je Maguire, dodajući da je povlačenje bilo nažalost, ali nije neočekivano.

Cui je rekao da su on i aposs već prošli kroz oluju i da će opet izdržati.

“Mi ćemo uspjeti prebroditi, baš kao što smo učinili mnoge, vrlo teške katastrofe poput Katrine, ”, rekao je.


Naloženo zatvaranje barova u Teksasu, restorani ograničeni na 50% kapaciteta

Guverner Greg Abbott u petak je ponovno zatvorio barove u Teksasu i smanjio broj restorana, što je do sada bilo najdramatičnije preokrete jer su potvrđeni slučajevi koronavirusa skočili na rekordan nivo nakon što je država krenula na jedno od najbržih američkih otvaranja. & Ampnbsp

DALLAS - Guverner Greg Abbott u petak je ponovo zatvorio barove u Teksasu i smanjio broj restorana, što je do sada bilo najdramatičnije preokrete jer su potvrđeni slučajevi koronavirusa skočili na rekordne nivoe nakon što je država krenula u jedno od najbržih američkih otvaranja.  

Naglo zatvaranje započelo je samo nekoliko dana nakon što je guverner GOP -a opisao gašenje preduzeća kao posljednju mjeru i odražava koliko se hitno Teksas trudi da obuzda ono što je sada jedno od najvećih žarišta nacije i zemlje. Samo u posljednja četiri dana u Teksasu je prijavljeno više od 23.000 potvrđenih novih slučajeva, a petak je po prvi put premašio 5.000 hospitalizacija - trostruko povećanje u odnosu na mjesec dana.  

"U ovom trenutku je jasno da je porast slučajeva u velikoj mjeri uzrokovan određenim vrstama aktivnosti, uključujući Teksašane koji se okupljaju u barovima", rekao je Abbott. & quotPostupci u ovom izvršnom redu bitni su za našu misiju da brzo obuzdamo ovaj virus i zaštitimo javno zdravlje. & quot

Naredio je i zatvaranje opreme za rafting i tubing na popularnim rijekama Texas & apos, te je zahtijevao okupljanje 100 ljudi ili više na otvorenom kako bi prvo zatražio odobrenje od lokalnih vlada.

(Fotografija MARK FELIX /AFP /AFP putem Getty Images)

Ostaje daleko od potpunog povlačenja, a kritičari su se brzo pobunili da Abbott još uvijek shvaća ozbiljnost širenja i kontradiktorna je vlastitim upozorenjima.  

Abbott će se u nedjelju pridružiti potpredsjedniku Mikeu Penceu u Prvoj baptističkoj crkvi u Dallasu   radi usluge "proslave slobode" u zatvorenom prostoru. Obećavaju se protokoli socijalnog distanciranja, ali zvaničnici Dallasa i dalje brinu da će događaj dovesti do još širenja. Dolazi na kraju sedmice u kojoj je Abbott apelirao na ljude da prestanu izlaziti, rekavši "quotthere & aposs nikad nije razlog da morate napustiti svoj dom."

GAP iz Teksasa takođe napreduje sa julskom konvencijom u Houstonu, a za pobedu i apostole su potrebne maske za lice iako Abbott, lider stranke, kaže da bi svi u Teksasu trebali da je nose. A u ponedjeljak u Teksasu počinje prijevremeno osobno glasanje za primarne krugove glasova koje je Abbott odgodio u ožujku, rekavši u to vrijeme da bi održavanje izbora prema rasporedu "umanjilo zdravlje i sigurnost mnogih Teksašana".

U to vrijeme u Teksasu je bilo samo nekoliko desetina prijavljenih slučajeva. U četvrtak je broj hospitalizacija skočio preko 4.700, udvostručivši se za manje od dvije sedmice.  

Abbott je u maju počeo ukidati naredbe o karanteni i ubrzao svoje rokove za neka otvaranja usred protesta konzervativaca.  

& quotLjekari su nam tada rekli i rekli svakome ko bi poslušao da će ovo biti katastrofa. I bilo je, rekao je okružni sudac u Dallasu Clay Jenkins, demokrata koji je glavni dužnosnik okruga i apossa. & quotJoš jednom, guverner sporo djeluje. On je sada prisiljen da radi stvari koje smo od njega zahtijevali zadnjih mjesec i po dana. & Quot  

Guverner poručnika Dan Patrick ponovo je odbacio ideju da se Texas zaključava. U intervjuu za FOX News prije izvršne naredbe Abbott -a, rekao je da se Texas neće povući od svog plana ponovnog otvaranja.

“Her specifično pitanje je bilo, � li ćete zaključati? ’ Rekao sam da se nećemo povući, to je ono na što sam mislio i ne vjerujem da će se to dogoditi, ’ Patrick rekao je FOX4.

Patrick je rekao da je akcija Abbott-a usmjerena na grupu sa sve većim brojem oboljelih od COVID-19 – osoba u dobi od 18 do 49 godina.

�rkovi su, posebno, bili problem za velika okupljališta. Drugo, također znamo da smo imali hiljade i hiljade ljudi koji su bili na ulici, od kojih su mnogi bili mladi ljudi, pa se guverner posebno želi obratiti toj mladoj populaciji gdje zaista ima barem pola ili više pozitivnih testova koje smo dobili i gotovo polovica ljudi u našim bolnicama, "rekao je Patrick.

Teksas je u četvrtak postigao rekordno visokih 5.996 testova. Ukupan broj dana od 4.739 hospitalizacija takođe je bio rekord. Stopa infekcije države i aposa dosegla je gotovo 12%, nivo koji nije viđen otkako je država bila u širokom zatvoru sredinom aprila. Brojke uključuju udvostručavanje stope zaraze na više od 10% - što je Abbott rekao u maju kao "označenu zastavu" u svom planu ponovnog otvaranja, za koje je u to vrijeme rekao da ga podržava Bijela kuća.  

Smatra se da je broj infekcija daleko veći jer mnogi ljudi nisu testirani, a studije pokazuju da se ljudi mogu zaraziti virusom COVID-19 bez osjećaja mučnine.  

Prema najnovijim povratima, blagovaonice u restoranima moraju se od ponedjeljka smanjiti na pola kapaciteta. Udruženje restorana u Teksasu podržalo je vraćanje, ali je također naglasilo da je zbog socijalne distance većini restorana ionako bilo teško preći 50% kapaciteta.

Grupa je takođe nastavila da vrši pritisak na Abbott -a radi državne politike maski. & quotIt & aposs kako bi se osiguralo da naši restorani nisu i apostolski organi reda, & quot, rekla je Emily Williams Knight, predsjednica i izvršna direktorica organizacije.

Uragan Katrina doveo je Davida Cuija u Dallas. On ’s otkad je otvorio cajunski restoran The Swamp Caf é. Sada se suočava s drugom velikom prijetnjom-COVID-19.

“Ovog trenutka svima je potrebna pomoć, nemamo kamo pobjeći, nemamo gdje otići, a potrošači postaju sve više u panici. Dakle, to je teško za maloprodaju, rekao je Cui.

U restoranu Maguire & aposs, vlasnik Mark Maguire kaže da će vraćanje natrag win & apost napraviti toliko veliku razliku.

“Za mene je gotovo nemoguće da dobijem više od 50 posto u ovom restoranu, a da pritom i dalje držim sve smjernice za socijalno distanciranje, "rekao je Maguire, dodajući da je poništavanje bilo nažalost, ali nije neočekivano.

Cui je rekao da su on i aposs već prošli kroz oluju i da će opet izdržati.

“Možemo uspjeti, kao što smo učinili mnoge, vrlo teške katastrofe poput Katrine, ”, rekao je.


Naloženo zatvaranje barova u Teksasu, restorani ograničeni na 50% kapaciteta

Guverner Greg Abbott u petak je ponovno zatvorio barove u Teksasu i smanjio broj restorana, što je do sada bilo najdramatičnije preokrete jer su potvrđeni slučajevi koronavirusa skočili na rekordan nivo nakon što je država krenula na jedno od najbržih američkih otvaranja. & Ampnbsp

DALLAS - Guverner Greg Abbott u petak je ponovno zatvorio barove u Teksasu i smanjio broj restorana, što je do sada bilo najdramatičnije preokrete jer su potvrđeni slučajevi koronavirusa skočili na rekordne razine nakon što je država krenula u jedno od najbržih američkih otvaranja.  

Naglo zatvaranje započelo je samo nekoliko dana nakon što je guverner GOP -a opisao gašenje posla kao posljednju mjeru i odražava koliko se hitno Teksas trudi da obuzda ono što je sada jedno od najvećih žarišta nacije i aposa. Samo u posljednja četiri dana u Teksasu je prijavljeno više od 23.000 potvrđenih novih slučajeva, a petak je po prvi put premašio 5.000 hospitalizacija - trostruko povećanje u odnosu na mjesec dana.  

"U ovom trenutku je jasno da je porast slučajeva u velikoj mjeri uzrokovan određenim vrstama aktivnosti, uključujući Teksašane koji se okupljaju u barovima", rekao je Abbott. & quotPostupci u ovom izvršnom redu bitni su za našu misiju da brzo obuzdamo ovaj virus i zaštitimo javno zdravlje. & quot

Naredio je i zatvaranje opreme za rafting i tubing na popularnim rijekama Texas & apos, te zahtijevao okupljanje 100 ljudi ili više na otvorenom kako bi prvo zatražio odobrenje od lokalnih vlada.

(Fotografija MARK FELIX /AFP /AFP putem Getty Images)

Ostaje daleko od potpunog povlačenja, a kritičari su se brzo pobunili da Abbott još uvijek shvaća ozbiljnost širenja i kontradiktorna je vlastitim upozorenjima.  

Abbott će se u nedjelju pridružiti potpredsjedniku Mikeu Penceu u Prvoj baptističkoj crkvi u Dallasu   radi službe "proslave slobode" u zatvorenom prostoru. Obećavaju se protokoli socijalnog distanciranja, ali zvaničnici Dallasa i dalje brinu da će događaj dovesti do još širenja. Dolazi na kraju sedmice u kojoj je Abbott apelirao na ljude da prestanu izlaziti, rekavši "quotthere & aposs nikad nije razlog da morate napustiti svoj dom."

Teksaška vlada takođe napreduje sa julskom konvencijom u Houstonu, a za pobedu i apostole su potrebne maske za lice iako Abbott, lider stranke, kaže da bi svi u Teksasu trebali da je nose. A u ponedjeljak u Teksasu počinje prijevremeno osobno glasanje za primarne krugove glasova koje je Abbott odgodio u ožujku, rekavši u to vrijeme da bi održavanje izbora prema rasporedu "umanjilo zdravlje i sigurnost mnogih Teksašana".

U to vrijeme u Teksasu je bilo samo nekoliko desetina prijavljenih slučajeva. U četvrtak je broj hospitalizacija skočio preko 4.700, udvostručivši se za manje od dvije sedmice.  

Abbott je u maju počeo ukidati naredbe o karanteni i ubrzao svoje rokove za neka otvaranja usred protesta konzervativaca.  

& quotLjekari su nam tada rekli i rekli svakome ko bi poslušao da će ovo biti katastrofa. I bilo je, rekao je okružni sudac u Dallasu Clay Jenkins, demokrata koji je glavni dužnosnik okruga i apossa. & quotJoš jednom, guverner sporo djeluje. On je sada prisiljen da radi stvari koje smo od njega zahtijevali zadnjih mjesec i po dana. & Quot  

Guverner poručnika Dan Patrick ponovo je odbacio ideju da se Texas zaključava. U intervjuu za FOX News prije izvršne naredbe Abbott -a, rekao je da se Texas neće povući od svog plana ponovnog otvaranja.

“Her specifično pitanje je bilo, � li ćete zaključati? ’ Rekao sam da se nećemo povući, to je ono na što sam mislio i ne vjerujem da će se to dogoditi, ’ Patrick rekao je FOX4.

Patrick je rekao da je akcija Abbott-a usmjerena na grupu sa sve većim brojem oboljelih od COVID-19 – osoba u dobi od 18 do 49 godina.

�rkovi su, posebno, bili problem za velika okupljališta. Drugo, također znamo da smo imali hiljade i hiljade ljudi koji su bili na ulici, od kojih su mnogi bili mladi ljudi, pa se guverner posebno želi obratiti toj mladoj populaciji gdje zaista ima barem pola ili više pozitivnih testova koje smo dobili i gotovo polovica ljudi u našim bolnicama, "rekao je Patrick.

Teksas je u četvrtak postigao rekordno visokih 5.996 testova. Ukupan broj dana od 4.739 hospitalizacija takođe je bio rekord. Stopa infekcije države i aposa dosegla je gotovo 12%, nivo koji nije viđen otkako je država bila u širokom zatvoru sredinom aprila. Brojke uključuju udvostručavanje stope zaraze na više od 10% - što je Abbott rekao u maju kao "označenu zastavu" u svom planu ponovnog otvaranja, za koje je u to vrijeme rekao da ga podržava Bijela kuća.  

Smatra se da je broj infekcija daleko veći jer mnogi ljudi nisu testirani, a studije pokazuju da se ljudi mogu zaraziti virusom COVID-19 bez osjećaja mučnine.  

Prema najnovijim povratima, blagovaonice u restoranima moraju se od ponedjeljka smanjiti na pola kapaciteta. Udruženje restorana u Teksasu podržalo je vraćanje, ali je također naglasilo da je zbog socijalne distance većini restorana ionako bilo teško preći 50% kapaciteta.

Grupa je također nastavila vršiti pritisak na Abbott -a radi politike maski za cijelu državu. & quotIt & aposs kako bismo osigurali da naši restorani nisu policijski i policijski protivnici, & quot, rekla je Emily Williams Knight, predsjednica i izvršna direktorica organizacije.

Uragan Katrina doveo je Davida Cuija u Dallas. On ’s otkad je otvorio cajunski restoran The Swamp Caf é. Sada se suočava s drugom velikom prijetnjom-COVID-19.

“Ovog trenutka svima je potrebna pomoć, nemamo kamo pobjeći, nemamo kamo, a potrošači postaju sve više u panici. Dakle, to je teško za maloprodaju, rekao je Cui.

U restoranu Maguire & aposs, vlasnik Mark Maguire kaže da vraćanje natrag win & apost čini toliko veliku razliku.

“Za mene je gotovo nemoguće da dobijem više od 50 posto u ovom restoranu, a da pritom i dalje držim sve smjernice za socijalno distanciranje, "rekao je Maguire, dodajući da je poništavanje bilo nažalost, ali nije neočekivano.

Cui je rekao da su on i aposs već prošli kroz oluju i da će opet izdržati.

“Mi ćemo uspjeti prebroditi, baš kao što smo učinili mnoge, vrlo teške katastrofe poput Katrine, ”, rekao je.


Naloženo zatvaranje barova u Teksasu, restorani ograničeni na 50% kapaciteta

Guverner Greg Abbott u petak je ponovno zatvorio barove u Teksasu i smanjio broj restorana, što je do sada bilo najdramatičnije preokrete jer su potvrđeni slučajevi koronavirusa skočili na rekordan nivo nakon što je država krenula na jedno od najbržih američkih otvaranja. & Ampnbsp

DALLAS - Guverner Greg Abbott u petak je ponovo zatvorio barove u Teksasu i smanjio broj restorana, što je do sada bilo najdramatičnije preokrete jer su potvrđeni slučajevi koronavirusa skočili na rekordne nivoe nakon što je država krenula u jedno od najbržih američkih otvaranja.  

Naglo zatvaranje započelo je samo nekoliko dana nakon što je guverner GOP -a opisao gašenje preduzeća kao posljednju mjeru i odražava koliko se hitno Teksas trudi da obuzda ono što je sada jedno od najvećih žarišta nacije i zemlje. Samo u posljednja četiri dana u Teksasu je prijavljeno više od 23.000 potvrđenih novih slučajeva, a petak je po prvi put premašio 5.000 hospitalizacija - trostruko povećanje u odnosu na mjesec dana.  

"U ovom trenutku je jasno da je porast slučajeva u velikoj mjeri uzrokovan određenim vrstama aktivnosti, uključujući Teksašane koji se okupljaju u barovima", rekao je Abbott. "Radnje u ovom izvršnom redu bitne su za našu misiju da brzo obuzdamo ovaj virus i zaštitimo javno zdravlje."

Naredio je i zatvaranje opreme za rafting i tubing na popularnim rijekama Texas & apos, te je zahtijevao okupljanje 100 ljudi ili više na otvorenom kako bi prvo zatražio odobrenje od lokalnih vlada.

(Fotografija MARK FELIX /AFP /AFP putem Getty Images)

Ostaje daleko od potpunog povlačenja, a kritičari su se brzo pobunili da Abbott još uvijek shvaća ozbiljnost širenja i kontradiktorna je vlastitim upozorenjima.  

Abbott će se u nedjelju pridružiti potpredsjedniku Mikeu Penceu u Prvoj baptističkoj crkvi u Dallasu   radi usluge "proslave slobode" u zatvorenom prostoru. Obećavaju se protokoli socijalnog distanciranja, ali zvaničnici Dallasa i dalje brinu da će događaj dovesti do još širenja. Dolazi na kraju sedmice u kojoj je Abbott apelirao na ljude da prestanu izlaziti, rekavši "quotthere & aposs nikad nije razlog da morate napustiti svoj dom."

GAP iz Teksasa takođe napreduje sa julskom konvencijom u Houstonu, a za pobedu i apostole su potrebne maske za lice iako Abbott, lider stranke, kaže da bi svi u Teksasu trebali da je nose. A u ponedjeljak u Teksasu počinje prijevremeno osobno glasanje za primarne krugove glasova koje je Abbott odgodio u ožujku, rekavši tada da će održavanje izbora prema rasporedu "umanjiti zdravlje i sigurnost mnogih Teksašana".

U to vrijeme u Teksasu je bilo samo nekoliko desetina prijavljenih slučajeva. U četvrtak je broj hospitalizacija skočio preko 4.700, udvostručivši se za manje od dvije sedmice.  

Abbott je u maju počeo ukidati naredbe o karanteni i ubrzao svoje rokove za neka otvaranja usred protesta konzervativaca.  

& quotLjekari su nam tada rekli i rekli svakome ko bi poslušao da će ovo biti katastrofa. I bilo je, rekao je okružni sudac u Dallasu Clay Jenkins, demokrata koji je glavni dužnosnik okruga i apossa. & quotJoš jednom, guverner sporo djeluje. On je sada prisiljen da radi stvari koje smo od njega zahtijevali zadnjih mjesec i po dana. & Quot  

Guverner poručnika Dan Patrick ponovo je odbacio ideju da se Texas zaključava. U intervjuu za FOX News prije izvršne naredbe Abbott -a, rekao je da se Texas neće povući od svog plana ponovnog otvaranja.

“Her specifično pitanje je bilo, � li ćete zaključati? ’ Rekao sam da se nećemo povući, to je ono na što sam mislio i ne vjerujem da će se to dogoditi, ’ Patrick rekao je FOX4.

Patrick je rekao da je akcija Abbott-a usmjerena na grupu sa sve većim brojem oboljelih od COVID-19 – osoba u dobi od 18 do 49 godina.

�rkovi su posebno bili problem za velika okupljališta. Drugo, također znamo da smo imali hiljade i hiljade ljudi koji su bili na ulici, od kojih su mnogi bili mladi ljudi, pa se guverner posebno želi obratiti toj mladoj populaciji gdje zaista ima barem pola ili više pozitivnih testova koje smo dobili i gotovo polovica ljudi u našim bolnicama, "rekao je Patrick.

Teksas je u četvrtak postigao rekordno visokih 5.996 testova. The day&aposs tally of 4,739 hospitalizations was also a record. The state&aposs rolling infection rate hit nearly 12%, a level not seen since the state was in a broad lockdown in mid-April. The figures include a doubling of the infection rate to more than 10% -- a mark Abbott said in May would be a "red flag" in his reopening plan, which at the time he said was backed by the White House. 

The number of infections is thought to be far higher because many people have not been tested, and studies suggest people can be infected with the COVID-19 virus without feeling sick. 

Under the newest rollbacks, restaurant dining rooms must scale back to half capacity starting Monday. The Texas Restaurant Association supported the rollback, but also pointed out that social distancing made it hard for most restaurants to exceed 50% capacity anyway.

The group also continued to press Abbott for a statewide mask policy. "It&aposs to ensure our restaurants aren&apost law enforcement," said Emily Williams Knight, president and CEO of the organization.

Hurricane Katrina brought David Cui to Dallas. He’s since opened a Cajun restaurant, The Swamp Café. Now he faces another major threat -- COVID-19.

“This moment everybody needs help, we have nowhere to run, nowhere to go and consumers getting more and more panicked. So it’s diffIicult for the retail sales,” Cui said.

At Maguire&aposs Restaurant, owner Mark Maguire says rolling back won&apost make that much difference.

“It is darn near impossible for me to get more than 50 percent in this restaurant and still maintain all the social distancing guidelines,” Maguire said, adding that the roll back was unfortunate but not unexpected.

Cui said he&aposs been through the storm before and will hold on, again.

“We&aposre going to make it through, just like we did the many, very difficult disasters like Katrina,” he said.


Texas bars ordered to close, restaurants limited to 50% capacity

Gov. Greg Abbott shut down bars in Texas again on Friday and scaled back restaurant dining, the most dramatic reversals yet as confirmed coronavirus cases surge to record levels after the state embarked on one of America's fastest reopenings.&nbsp

DALLAS - Gov. Greg Abbott shut down bars in Texas again on Friday and scaled back restaurant dining, the most dramatic reversals yet as confirmed coronavirus cases surge to record levels after the state embarked on one of America&aposs fastest reopenings. 

The abrupt closures began just days after the GOP governor described shutting down business as a last resort, and reflect how urgently Texas is scrambling to contain what is now one of the nation&aposs biggest hotspots. In the last four days alone, Texas has reported more than 23,000 confirmed new cases, and Friday surpassed 5,000 hospitalizations for the first time -- a threefold increase from a month ago. 

"At this time, it is clear that the rise in cases is largely driven by certain types of activities, including Texans congregating in bars," Abbott said. "The actions in this executive order are essential to our mission to swiftly contain this virus and protect public health."

He also ordered rafting and tubing outfitters on Texas&apos popular rivers to close, and required outdoor gatherings of 100 people or more to first seek approval from local governments.

(Photo by MARK FELIX/AFP /AFP via Getty Images)

It remains far from a full retreat, and critics swiftly protested that Abbott was still understating the severity of the spread and contradicting his own warnings. 

On Sunday, Abbott will join Vice President Mike Pence at Dallas&apos First Baptist Churchਏor a "Celebrate Freedom" service indoors. Social distancing protocols are promised, but Dallas officials still worry the event will lead to more spread. It comes at the end of a week in which Abbott has urged people to stop going out, saying "there&aposs never a reason for you to have to leave your home."

The Texas GOP is also pressing ahead with a July convention in Houston and won&apost require face coverings even though Abbott, the party leader, says everyone in Texas should wear one. And on Monday, early in-person voting begins in Texas for primary runoffs that Abbott postponed in March, saying at the time that holding the election as scheduled would "threaten the health and safety of many Texans."

At that time, Texas had but a few dozen reported cases. On Thursday, the number of hospitalizations soared past 4,700, a doubling in under two weeks. 

Abbott began lifting lockdown orders in May, and accelerated his own timelines on some openings amid protests from conservatives. 

"The doctors told us at the time, and told anyone who would listen, this will be a disaster. And it has been," Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins, a Democrat who is the county&aposs top official, said. "Once again, the governor is slow to act. He is now being forced to do the things that we&aposve been demanding that he do for the last month and a half." 

Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick pushed back on the idea Texas was locking down, again. In a FOX News interview before Abbott’s executive order, he said Texas wouldn’t back away from its reopening plan.

“Her specific question was, 𠆊re you gonna lockdown?’ I said we&aposre not gonna back up, that’s what I was referring to and I don’t believe that’s going to happen,” Patrick told FOX4.

Patrick said Abbott’s action is aimed at the group with a rising number of COVID-19 cases – people ages 18-49.

“The bars, specifically, have been an issue for large gathering places. Secondly, we also know we had thousands upon thousands of people who were in the street, many of them young people, and so the governor specifically wants to address that young population where they are really at least half or more of the positive tests we&aposre getting and nearly half the people in our hospitals,” Patrick said.

Texas reached a record high positive tests of 5,996 on Thursday. The day&aposs tally of 4,739 hospitalizations was also a record. The state&aposs rolling infection rate hit nearly 12%, a level not seen since the state was in a broad lockdown in mid-April. The figures include a doubling of the infection rate to more than 10% -- a mark Abbott said in May would be a "red flag" in his reopening plan, which at the time he said was backed by the White House. 

The number of infections is thought to be far higher because many people have not been tested, and studies suggest people can be infected with the COVID-19 virus without feeling sick. 

Under the newest rollbacks, restaurant dining rooms must scale back to half capacity starting Monday. The Texas Restaurant Association supported the rollback, but also pointed out that social distancing made it hard for most restaurants to exceed 50% capacity anyway.

The group also continued to press Abbott for a statewide mask policy. "It&aposs to ensure our restaurants aren&apost law enforcement," said Emily Williams Knight, president and CEO of the organization.

Hurricane Katrina brought David Cui to Dallas. He’s since opened a Cajun restaurant, The Swamp Café. Now he faces another major threat -- COVID-19.

“This moment everybody needs help, we have nowhere to run, nowhere to go and consumers getting more and more panicked. So it’s diffIicult for the retail sales,” Cui said.

At Maguire&aposs Restaurant, owner Mark Maguire says rolling back won&apost make that much difference.

“It is darn near impossible for me to get more than 50 percent in this restaurant and still maintain all the social distancing guidelines,” Maguire said, adding that the roll back was unfortunate but not unexpected.

Cui said he&aposs been through the storm before and will hold on, again.

“We&aposre going to make it through, just like we did the many, very difficult disasters like Katrina,” he said.


Texas bars ordered to close, restaurants limited to 50% capacity

Gov. Greg Abbott shut down bars in Texas again on Friday and scaled back restaurant dining, the most dramatic reversals yet as confirmed coronavirus cases surge to record levels after the state embarked on one of America's fastest reopenings.&nbsp

DALLAS - Gov. Greg Abbott shut down bars in Texas again on Friday and scaled back restaurant dining, the most dramatic reversals yet as confirmed coronavirus cases surge to record levels after the state embarked on one of America&aposs fastest reopenings. 

The abrupt closures began just days after the GOP governor described shutting down business as a last resort, and reflect how urgently Texas is scrambling to contain what is now one of the nation&aposs biggest hotspots. In the last four days alone, Texas has reported more than 23,000 confirmed new cases, and Friday surpassed 5,000 hospitalizations for the first time -- a threefold increase from a month ago. 

"At this time, it is clear that the rise in cases is largely driven by certain types of activities, including Texans congregating in bars," Abbott said. "The actions in this executive order are essential to our mission to swiftly contain this virus and protect public health."

He also ordered rafting and tubing outfitters on Texas&apos popular rivers to close, and required outdoor gatherings of 100 people or more to first seek approval from local governments.

(Photo by MARK FELIX/AFP /AFP via Getty Images)

It remains far from a full retreat, and critics swiftly protested that Abbott was still understating the severity of the spread and contradicting his own warnings. 

On Sunday, Abbott will join Vice President Mike Pence at Dallas&apos First Baptist Churchਏor a "Celebrate Freedom" service indoors. Social distancing protocols are promised, but Dallas officials still worry the event will lead to more spread. It comes at the end of a week in which Abbott has urged people to stop going out, saying "there&aposs never a reason for you to have to leave your home."

The Texas GOP is also pressing ahead with a July convention in Houston and won&apost require face coverings even though Abbott, the party leader, says everyone in Texas should wear one. And on Monday, early in-person voting begins in Texas for primary runoffs that Abbott postponed in March, saying at the time that holding the election as scheduled would "threaten the health and safety of many Texans."

At that time, Texas had but a few dozen reported cases. On Thursday, the number of hospitalizations soared past 4,700, a doubling in under two weeks. 

Abbott began lifting lockdown orders in May, and accelerated his own timelines on some openings amid protests from conservatives. 

"The doctors told us at the time, and told anyone who would listen, this will be a disaster. And it has been," Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins, a Democrat who is the county&aposs top official, said. "Once again, the governor is slow to act. He is now being forced to do the things that we&aposve been demanding that he do for the last month and a half." 

Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick pushed back on the idea Texas was locking down, again. In a FOX News interview before Abbott’s executive order, he said Texas wouldn’t back away from its reopening plan.

“Her specific question was, 𠆊re you gonna lockdown?’ I said we&aposre not gonna back up, that’s what I was referring to and I don’t believe that’s going to happen,” Patrick told FOX4.

Patrick said Abbott’s action is aimed at the group with a rising number of COVID-19 cases – people ages 18-49.

“The bars, specifically, have been an issue for large gathering places. Secondly, we also know we had thousands upon thousands of people who were in the street, many of them young people, and so the governor specifically wants to address that young population where they are really at least half or more of the positive tests we&aposre getting and nearly half the people in our hospitals,” Patrick said.

Texas reached a record high positive tests of 5,996 on Thursday. The day&aposs tally of 4,739 hospitalizations was also a record. The state&aposs rolling infection rate hit nearly 12%, a level not seen since the state was in a broad lockdown in mid-April. The figures include a doubling of the infection rate to more than 10% -- a mark Abbott said in May would be a "red flag" in his reopening plan, which at the time he said was backed by the White House. 

The number of infections is thought to be far higher because many people have not been tested, and studies suggest people can be infected with the COVID-19 virus without feeling sick. 

Under the newest rollbacks, restaurant dining rooms must scale back to half capacity starting Monday. The Texas Restaurant Association supported the rollback, but also pointed out that social distancing made it hard for most restaurants to exceed 50% capacity anyway.

The group also continued to press Abbott for a statewide mask policy. "It&aposs to ensure our restaurants aren&apost law enforcement," said Emily Williams Knight, president and CEO of the organization.

Hurricane Katrina brought David Cui to Dallas. He’s since opened a Cajun restaurant, The Swamp Café. Now he faces another major threat -- COVID-19.

“This moment everybody needs help, we have nowhere to run, nowhere to go and consumers getting more and more panicked. So it’s diffIicult for the retail sales,” Cui said.

At Maguire&aposs Restaurant, owner Mark Maguire says rolling back won&apost make that much difference.

“It is darn near impossible for me to get more than 50 percent in this restaurant and still maintain all the social distancing guidelines,” Maguire said, adding that the roll back was unfortunate but not unexpected.

Cui said he&aposs been through the storm before and will hold on, again.

“We&aposre going to make it through, just like we did the many, very difficult disasters like Katrina,” he said.


Texas bars ordered to close, restaurants limited to 50% capacity

Gov. Greg Abbott shut down bars in Texas again on Friday and scaled back restaurant dining, the most dramatic reversals yet as confirmed coronavirus cases surge to record levels after the state embarked on one of America's fastest reopenings.&nbsp

DALLAS - Gov. Greg Abbott shut down bars in Texas again on Friday and scaled back restaurant dining, the most dramatic reversals yet as confirmed coronavirus cases surge to record levels after the state embarked on one of America&aposs fastest reopenings. 

The abrupt closures began just days after the GOP governor described shutting down business as a last resort, and reflect how urgently Texas is scrambling to contain what is now one of the nation&aposs biggest hotspots. In the last four days alone, Texas has reported more than 23,000 confirmed new cases, and Friday surpassed 5,000 hospitalizations for the first time -- a threefold increase from a month ago. 

"At this time, it is clear that the rise in cases is largely driven by certain types of activities, including Texans congregating in bars," Abbott said. "The actions in this executive order are essential to our mission to swiftly contain this virus and protect public health."

He also ordered rafting and tubing outfitters on Texas&apos popular rivers to close, and required outdoor gatherings of 100 people or more to first seek approval from local governments.

(Photo by MARK FELIX/AFP /AFP via Getty Images)

It remains far from a full retreat, and critics swiftly protested that Abbott was still understating the severity of the spread and contradicting his own warnings. 

On Sunday, Abbott will join Vice President Mike Pence at Dallas&apos First Baptist Churchਏor a "Celebrate Freedom" service indoors. Social distancing protocols are promised, but Dallas officials still worry the event will lead to more spread. It comes at the end of a week in which Abbott has urged people to stop going out, saying "there&aposs never a reason for you to have to leave your home."

The Texas GOP is also pressing ahead with a July convention in Houston and won&apost require face coverings even though Abbott, the party leader, says everyone in Texas should wear one. And on Monday, early in-person voting begins in Texas for primary runoffs that Abbott postponed in March, saying at the time that holding the election as scheduled would "threaten the health and safety of many Texans."

At that time, Texas had but a few dozen reported cases. On Thursday, the number of hospitalizations soared past 4,700, a doubling in under two weeks. 

Abbott began lifting lockdown orders in May, and accelerated his own timelines on some openings amid protests from conservatives. 

"The doctors told us at the time, and told anyone who would listen, this will be a disaster. And it has been," Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins, a Democrat who is the county&aposs top official, said. "Once again, the governor is slow to act. He is now being forced to do the things that we&aposve been demanding that he do for the last month and a half." 

Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick pushed back on the idea Texas was locking down, again. In a FOX News interview before Abbott’s executive order, he said Texas wouldn’t back away from its reopening plan.

“Her specific question was, 𠆊re you gonna lockdown?’ I said we&aposre not gonna back up, that’s what I was referring to and I don’t believe that’s going to happen,” Patrick told FOX4.

Patrick said Abbott’s action is aimed at the group with a rising number of COVID-19 cases – people ages 18-49.

“The bars, specifically, have been an issue for large gathering places. Secondly, we also know we had thousands upon thousands of people who were in the street, many of them young people, and so the governor specifically wants to address that young population where they are really at least half or more of the positive tests we&aposre getting and nearly half the people in our hospitals,” Patrick said.

Texas reached a record high positive tests of 5,996 on Thursday. The day&aposs tally of 4,739 hospitalizations was also a record. The state&aposs rolling infection rate hit nearly 12%, a level not seen since the state was in a broad lockdown in mid-April. The figures include a doubling of the infection rate to more than 10% -- a mark Abbott said in May would be a "red flag" in his reopening plan, which at the time he said was backed by the White House. 

The number of infections is thought to be far higher because many people have not been tested, and studies suggest people can be infected with the COVID-19 virus without feeling sick. 

Under the newest rollbacks, restaurant dining rooms must scale back to half capacity starting Monday. The Texas Restaurant Association supported the rollback, but also pointed out that social distancing made it hard for most restaurants to exceed 50% capacity anyway.

The group also continued to press Abbott for a statewide mask policy. "It&aposs to ensure our restaurants aren&apost law enforcement," said Emily Williams Knight, president and CEO of the organization.

Hurricane Katrina brought David Cui to Dallas. He’s since opened a Cajun restaurant, The Swamp Café. Now he faces another major threat -- COVID-19.

“This moment everybody needs help, we have nowhere to run, nowhere to go and consumers getting more and more panicked. So it’s diffIicult for the retail sales,” Cui said.

At Maguire&aposs Restaurant, owner Mark Maguire says rolling back won&apost make that much difference.

“It is darn near impossible for me to get more than 50 percent in this restaurant and still maintain all the social distancing guidelines,” Maguire said, adding that the roll back was unfortunate but not unexpected.

Cui said he&aposs been through the storm before and will hold on, again.

“We&aposre going to make it through, just like we did the many, very difficult disasters like Katrina,” he said.


Texas bars ordered to close, restaurants limited to 50% capacity

Gov. Greg Abbott shut down bars in Texas again on Friday and scaled back restaurant dining, the most dramatic reversals yet as confirmed coronavirus cases surge to record levels after the state embarked on one of America's fastest reopenings.&nbsp

DALLAS - Gov. Greg Abbott shut down bars in Texas again on Friday and scaled back restaurant dining, the most dramatic reversals yet as confirmed coronavirus cases surge to record levels after the state embarked on one of America&aposs fastest reopenings. 

The abrupt closures began just days after the GOP governor described shutting down business as a last resort, and reflect how urgently Texas is scrambling to contain what is now one of the nation&aposs biggest hotspots. In the last four days alone, Texas has reported more than 23,000 confirmed new cases, and Friday surpassed 5,000 hospitalizations for the first time -- a threefold increase from a month ago. 

"At this time, it is clear that the rise in cases is largely driven by certain types of activities, including Texans congregating in bars," Abbott said. "The actions in this executive order are essential to our mission to swiftly contain this virus and protect public health."

He also ordered rafting and tubing outfitters on Texas&apos popular rivers to close, and required outdoor gatherings of 100 people or more to first seek approval from local governments.

(Photo by MARK FELIX/AFP /AFP via Getty Images)

It remains far from a full retreat, and critics swiftly protested that Abbott was still understating the severity of the spread and contradicting his own warnings. 

On Sunday, Abbott will join Vice President Mike Pence at Dallas&apos First Baptist Churchਏor a "Celebrate Freedom" service indoors. Social distancing protocols are promised, but Dallas officials still worry the event will lead to more spread. It comes at the end of a week in which Abbott has urged people to stop going out, saying "there&aposs never a reason for you to have to leave your home."

The Texas GOP is also pressing ahead with a July convention in Houston and won&apost require face coverings even though Abbott, the party leader, says everyone in Texas should wear one. And on Monday, early in-person voting begins in Texas for primary runoffs that Abbott postponed in March, saying at the time that holding the election as scheduled would "threaten the health and safety of many Texans."

At that time, Texas had but a few dozen reported cases. On Thursday, the number of hospitalizations soared past 4,700, a doubling in under two weeks. 

Abbott began lifting lockdown orders in May, and accelerated his own timelines on some openings amid protests from conservatives. 

"The doctors told us at the time, and told anyone who would listen, this will be a disaster. And it has been," Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins, a Democrat who is the county&aposs top official, said. "Once again, the governor is slow to act. He is now being forced to do the things that we&aposve been demanding that he do for the last month and a half." 

Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick pushed back on the idea Texas was locking down, again. In a FOX News interview before Abbott’s executive order, he said Texas wouldn’t back away from its reopening plan.

“Her specific question was, 𠆊re you gonna lockdown?’ I said we&aposre not gonna back up, that’s what I was referring to and I don’t believe that’s going to happen,” Patrick told FOX4.

Patrick said Abbott’s action is aimed at the group with a rising number of COVID-19 cases – people ages 18-49.

“The bars, specifically, have been an issue for large gathering places. Secondly, we also know we had thousands upon thousands of people who were in the street, many of them young people, and so the governor specifically wants to address that young population where they are really at least half or more of the positive tests we&aposre getting and nearly half the people in our hospitals,” Patrick said.

Texas reached a record high positive tests of 5,996 on Thursday. The day&aposs tally of 4,739 hospitalizations was also a record. The state&aposs rolling infection rate hit nearly 12%, a level not seen since the state was in a broad lockdown in mid-April. The figures include a doubling of the infection rate to more than 10% -- a mark Abbott said in May would be a "red flag" in his reopening plan, which at the time he said was backed by the White House. 

The number of infections is thought to be far higher because many people have not been tested, and studies suggest people can be infected with the COVID-19 virus without feeling sick. 

Under the newest rollbacks, restaurant dining rooms must scale back to half capacity starting Monday. The Texas Restaurant Association supported the rollback, but also pointed out that social distancing made it hard for most restaurants to exceed 50% capacity anyway.

The group also continued to press Abbott for a statewide mask policy. "It&aposs to ensure our restaurants aren&apost law enforcement," said Emily Williams Knight, president and CEO of the organization.

Hurricane Katrina brought David Cui to Dallas. He’s since opened a Cajun restaurant, The Swamp Café. Now he faces another major threat -- COVID-19.

“This moment everybody needs help, we have nowhere to run, nowhere to go and consumers getting more and more panicked. So it’s diffIicult for the retail sales,” Cui said.

At Maguire&aposs Restaurant, owner Mark Maguire says rolling back won&apost make that much difference.

“It is darn near impossible for me to get more than 50 percent in this restaurant and still maintain all the social distancing guidelines,” Maguire said, adding that the roll back was unfortunate but not unexpected.

Cui said he&aposs been through the storm before and will hold on, again.

“We&aposre going to make it through, just like we did the many, very difficult disasters like Katrina,” he said.


Texas bars ordered to close, restaurants limited to 50% capacity

Gov. Greg Abbott shut down bars in Texas again on Friday and scaled back restaurant dining, the most dramatic reversals yet as confirmed coronavirus cases surge to record levels after the state embarked on one of America's fastest reopenings.&nbsp

DALLAS - Gov. Greg Abbott shut down bars in Texas again on Friday and scaled back restaurant dining, the most dramatic reversals yet as confirmed coronavirus cases surge to record levels after the state embarked on one of America&aposs fastest reopenings. 

The abrupt closures began just days after the GOP governor described shutting down business as a last resort, and reflect how urgently Texas is scrambling to contain what is now one of the nation&aposs biggest hotspots. In the last four days alone, Texas has reported more than 23,000 confirmed new cases, and Friday surpassed 5,000 hospitalizations for the first time -- a threefold increase from a month ago. 

"At this time, it is clear that the rise in cases is largely driven by certain types of activities, including Texans congregating in bars," Abbott said. "The actions in this executive order are essential to our mission to swiftly contain this virus and protect public health."

He also ordered rafting and tubing outfitters on Texas&apos popular rivers to close, and required outdoor gatherings of 100 people or more to first seek approval from local governments.

(Photo by MARK FELIX/AFP /AFP via Getty Images)

It remains far from a full retreat, and critics swiftly protested that Abbott was still understating the severity of the spread and contradicting his own warnings. 

On Sunday, Abbott will join Vice President Mike Pence at Dallas&apos First Baptist Churchਏor a "Celebrate Freedom" service indoors. Social distancing protocols are promised, but Dallas officials still worry the event will lead to more spread. It comes at the end of a week in which Abbott has urged people to stop going out, saying "there&aposs never a reason for you to have to leave your home."

The Texas GOP is also pressing ahead with a July convention in Houston and won&apost require face coverings even though Abbott, the party leader, says everyone in Texas should wear one. And on Monday, early in-person voting begins in Texas for primary runoffs that Abbott postponed in March, saying at the time that holding the election as scheduled would "threaten the health and safety of many Texans."

At that time, Texas had but a few dozen reported cases. On Thursday, the number of hospitalizations soared past 4,700, a doubling in under two weeks. 

Abbott began lifting lockdown orders in May, and accelerated his own timelines on some openings amid protests from conservatives. 

"The doctors told us at the time, and told anyone who would listen, this will be a disaster. And it has been," Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins, a Democrat who is the county&aposs top official, said. "Once again, the governor is slow to act. He is now being forced to do the things that we&aposve been demanding that he do for the last month and a half." 

Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick pushed back on the idea Texas was locking down, again. In a FOX News interview before Abbott’s executive order, he said Texas wouldn’t back away from its reopening plan.

“Her specific question was, 𠆊re you gonna lockdown?’ I said we&aposre not gonna back up, that’s what I was referring to and I don’t believe that’s going to happen,” Patrick told FOX4.

Patrick said Abbott’s action is aimed at the group with a rising number of COVID-19 cases – people ages 18-49.

“The bars, specifically, have been an issue for large gathering places. Secondly, we also know we had thousands upon thousands of people who were in the street, many of them young people, and so the governor specifically wants to address that young population where they are really at least half or more of the positive tests we&aposre getting and nearly half the people in our hospitals,” Patrick said.

Texas reached a record high positive tests of 5,996 on Thursday. The day&aposs tally of 4,739 hospitalizations was also a record. The state&aposs rolling infection rate hit nearly 12%, a level not seen since the state was in a broad lockdown in mid-April. The figures include a doubling of the infection rate to more than 10% -- a mark Abbott said in May would be a "red flag" in his reopening plan, which at the time he said was backed by the White House. 

The number of infections is thought to be far higher because many people have not been tested, and studies suggest people can be infected with the COVID-19 virus without feeling sick. 

Under the newest rollbacks, restaurant dining rooms must scale back to half capacity starting Monday. The Texas Restaurant Association supported the rollback, but also pointed out that social distancing made it hard for most restaurants to exceed 50% capacity anyway.

The group also continued to press Abbott for a statewide mask policy. "It&aposs to ensure our restaurants aren&apost law enforcement," said Emily Williams Knight, president and CEO of the organization.

Hurricane Katrina brought David Cui to Dallas. He’s since opened a Cajun restaurant, The Swamp Café. Now he faces another major threat -- COVID-19.

“This moment everybody needs help, we have nowhere to run, nowhere to go and consumers getting more and more panicked. So it’s diffIicult for the retail sales,” Cui said.

At Maguire&aposs Restaurant, owner Mark Maguire says rolling back won&apost make that much difference.

“It is darn near impossible for me to get more than 50 percent in this restaurant and still maintain all the social distancing guidelines,” Maguire said, adding that the roll back was unfortunate but not unexpected.

Cui said he&aposs been through the storm before and will hold on, again.

“We&aposre going to make it through, just like we did the many, very difficult disasters like Katrina,” he said.


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