What a long streak sadly go broken…
In a surprising turn of events, the annual Texas State Fair in Dallas has been forced to close for the first time since World War II.
According to the Gateway Pundit, Gina Norris, chair of the fair’s board of directors, stated, “This was an extremely tough decision. The health and safety of all involved has remained our top priority throughout the decision-making process. One of the greatest aspects of the Fair is welcoming each and every person who passes through our gates with smiles and open arms. In the current climate of COVID-19, there is no feasible way for the Fair to put proper precautions in place while maintaining the Fair environment you know and love. While we cannot predict what the COVID-19 pandemic will look like in September, the recent surge in positive cases is troubling for all of North Texas.”
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