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The Hill’s Morning Report – Presented by Facebook – More blue states let mask mandates expire


The Hill’s Morning Report – Presented by Facebook – More blue states let mask mandates expire

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Total U.S. coronavirus deaths reported each morning this week: Monday 902,624; Tuesday, 905,544; Wednesday, 909,016; Thursday, 912,255.

Democratic governors on Wednesday continued to abandon COVID-19 mask requirements, even as the White House admonished Americans to wear high-quality masks indoors and in schools just a little longer as omicron lingers.


New York and Massachusetts turned deaf ears to Washington and said they are guided by improved infection and hospitalization rates within their borders as well as vaccination rates, testing options, reopened workplaces and the controversial challenges faced by schools.


Democratic governors in New Jersey, Connecticut, Delaware, Oregon and California, with Nevada expected today, are among a growing list of states opting to move forward without declarations of out-and-out victory over COVID-19 and while conceding the U.S. death toll is approaching 1 million people.


New York today drops its “mask or proof-of-vaccination” indoor mandate for businesses, while Massachusetts will end its statewide school mask mandate on Feb. 28 (The Washington Post). New York Gov. Kathy HochulKathy HochulOvernight Health Care — White House under pressure over masks Here are the states that are lifting their indoor mask mandates Illinois governor aims to lift indoor mask mandate for most places by end of February MORE (D) (pictured below) said the state’s mask requirement for schools will remain in place and be re-examined in early March (The New York Times).


In California, San Francisco will lift its indoor mask requirement on Wednesday. Only one Bay Area county, Santa Clara, will not follow suit next week because it believes the…

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