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Texas museums are allowed to reopen

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On May 1, Texas governor Greg Abbott allowed museums to reopen, with limited entrance. However, many institutions felt this decision to be hurried and decided not to resume their activities. On that time, Texas counted 873 new cases of COVID-19. 

LIST: Most Texas museums choose to remain closed until further notice. KVue.

The Governor of Texas Told Museums They Can Legally Reopen This Week. Texas Museums Said: No Thanks. Artnet.

Gov. Greg Abbott said museums can reopen — but there will be no tours of the state Capitol or Governor's Mansion. The Texas Tribune.



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Published in 29/05/2020

Updated in 19/02/2021

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