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Posted on: March 2, 2021

Gov. Abbott to Lift COVID-19 Mask Order, Allow All Businesses to Open at Full Capacity

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Governor Greg Abbott today issued a new executive order, rescinding the statewide mask mandate to fight the COVID-19 pandemic. The Governor also announced that all businesses will be allowed to reopen at 100 percent capacity. The rules take effect on March 10th.

“With the medical advancements of vaccines and antibody therapeutic drugs,” he said, “Texas now has the tools to protect Texans from the virus.”

The Governor said individuals and businesses are still free to follow and implement their own rules to protect themselves and their loved ones, but the state mandates “are no longer needed.”

Despite Gov. Abbott’s announcement, the Harris and Fort Bend County judges are urging local residents to continue wearing masks and practice social distancing.

Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo said her concern is that citizens will mistakenly think the pandemic is over and they can let down their guard on the risks of infection. “We’re not quite there yet,” said Judge Hidalgo.

Fort Bend County Judge KP George similarly advised residents to stay the course. “In Fort Bend County, we will continue to listen to the doctors, the facts and the science,” he said.

Missouri City’s COVID-19 infection and hospitalization rates are trending downward.  At the end of January, there were 680 active cases in the City. That number is now down to 280. Regionally, the hospitalization rate is around 9.35 percent.

The focus of fighting the virus has shifted from testing to vaccination. Today, President Biden promised that there will be enough vaccine available for every adult in the United States by the end of May. The number of approved vaccination providers in Missouri City has continued to increase. Besides the County’s vaccination hub at the Houston Community College campus on Texas Parkway, there are an additional 29 locations in Missouri City where residents can get vaccinated. Please see the complete list below: 

Allcare Pediatrics – Missouri

5201 Highway 6, Suite 500

Asha Kohli, MD

4626 Riverstone Blvd.

Best Health Urgent Care & Clinic

3003 Texas Pkwy., Unit B

Bio-Medical Applications of Texas, Inc.

1673 Cartwright Rd.

Blue Fish Pediatrics – Sienna Plantation

8780 Highway 6, Suite A

Excel Urgent Care, PLLC

6840 Highway 6, Suite A

Family Medicine of Missouri City

1524 3rd Street

Fort Bend County Clinical Health Services – Missouri City

307 Texas Pkwy., Suite 148

Fort Bend Pediatrics

4646 Riverstone Blvd.

Ft Bend Family Hlth Ctr Accesshealth – Missouri City

307 Texas Pkwy., Ste 100

Glenn Lakes Pharmacy Inc.

3640 Glenn Lakes Ln

Grace Family Clinic

2435 Texas Pkwy., Suite K

H-E-B Pharmacy 110

8900 Highway 6

H-E-B Pharmacy 474

4724 Highway 6

Kahn Garrison

5819 Highway 6 South, Suite 330

Kelsey-Seybold Clinic – Sienna Plantation

7010 Highway 6

Mo City Apothecary LLC

3708 Texas Pkwy., Suite F

Nexcare Wellness Clinic

1935 Texas Pkwy.

Next Level Urgent Care – Sienna

8720 Highway 6, Suite 400

Quality Living Personal Care Home

2029 FM 1092 Rd.

Renal Care Group Texas, Inc.

3819 Cartwright Rd.

Rocky Creek Family Medicine

3281 Rocky Creek Drive, Suite 500

UT Physicians – Sienna

8810 Highway 6, Suite 100

VB2 and Associates LLC

2244 FM 1092 Rd.

Walgreens Pharmacy 03419

4790 Lexington Blvd.

Walgreens Pharmacy 07531

2203 Texas Pkwy.

Walgreens Pharmacy 07721

1307 FM 1092 Rd.

Walmart Pharmacy 2505

5501 Highway 6

Walmart Pharmacy 5449

9929 Highway 6


For more updates, please watch the City website: www.missouricitytx.gov, like us on Facebook—fb/MissouriCityTX, follow us on Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat—@MissouriCityTX and Nextdoor, watch Missouri City Television (Ch. 16 on Comcast and Ch. 99 on AT&T) or download the MCTX Mobile app (available for free in Google Play and the Apple app store).

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