Data released on Friday revealed that public schools in the state reported 2,3553 students and 44 staff cases on campus between August 2 and August.
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School The 1,800 combined school cases accounted for about 50 percent of all cases in Texas. The number of student incidents has risen sharply in the last three weeks since classes began in private across the state, according to a report by local media WFAA.
Last week, Texas Governor Greg Abbott Pfizer announced an executive order banning the Covid-1 vaccine mandate from government agencies, including public schools, two days after giving full approval to Job.
“No government entity can force a person to take the Covid-1 vaccine,” read the order, which excludes places such as nursing homes and state-backed living centers.
As a result, Texas state agencies, local governments, universities, public schools, and any agency that receives government funding are prohibited from forcing their employees to receive shots or asking people to use their services to prove vaccinations.
Also last week, the Texas Supreme Court temporarily gave the green light to Abbott’s ban on the School Mask order, which barred Bexar County from disobeying its executive order.
According to state and local health agencies, Texas core epidemic metrics continue to reach unseen levels after the last spike of winter.
According to the data, the total number of students enrolled in public schools in Texas this year is 5,340,108.
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