Less than a week after he announced that he is positive on Covid-19, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott tests negative for COVID-19

Texas – It has been less than a week when Texas Gov. Greg Abbott announced that he was positive on Covid, but according to his most recent post on Twitter on Saturday, he had his first negative test.

“I am told that my infection was brief & mild because of the vaccination I received,” claimed Abbott in his Tweet.

When he initially announced that he tested positive, people on social media noticed that he was looking very scared when he heard the bad news. However, everything seems to be a past story now.

A spokesperson for the governor, Mark Miner, said Abbott received Regeneron’s monoclonal antibody treatment after his initial positive test.

Abbott says he will continue to quarantine.

Earlier this week the Texas Supreme Court dismissed Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton and Gov. Greg Abbott’s request that it disallow mask mandates in Texas school districts. The latest in the battle between Governor Abbott and many of the school districts across Texas regarding masking in schools as COVID-19 cases continue to rise.

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