Now that the Lone Star State is “open 100 percent,” Abbott announced in a video posted to Twitter that the next step was to ensure that “you have the freedom to go where you want without limits.”
Back in March, Abbott ended all lockdowns and mask mandates, effectively reopening the state of Texas mostly back to what it was before the plandemic.
The only thing left was to stop the medical fascists who are trying to make “vaccine passports” a thing. The good news is that they are failing, and failing big time, as even far-left states are realizing that mandatory injections are unpopular among both Republicans and Democrats.
“No business or government entity can require a person to provide a vaccine passport or any other vaccine information as a condition of receiving any service or entering any place,” the legislation states.
Known as SB 968, the bill covers many other aspects of a public health disaster and associated public health emergency preparedness and response. It was first approved back in April unanimously, and was passed by the state House by a vote of 146-2 later in May.
Effective immediately, Texas businesses “may not require a customer to provide any documentation certifying the customer’s COVID-19 vaccination or post-transmission recovery on entry to, to gain access to, or to receive service from the business.”
Author: Ethan Huff
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