According to reports, Texas Governor Greg Abbott has tested positive for COVID. The Governor is currently isolating and receiving antibody treatment, meanwhile many from Texas and around the county respond to the news on social media.

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See the report from @MattCHouston via Twitter below

According to the post, Governor Abbott of Texas tested positive for COVID after going taking a routine, daily test. Governor Abbott is isolating in the Governor's Mansion.

More information from the Communications Director says that Governor Abbott is fully vaccinated against COVID-19. He is also receiving Regeneron's monoclonal antibody treatment, per the post.

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Sources @AP add that Governor Abbott is not experiencing any symptoms at this time.

The Governor of Texas has received both support and scrutiny for his leadership decisions throughout the pandemic.

See @kylegriffin1 give his thoughts via the below post.

He added that the Texas Governor was at a meeting last night with the below video.

Reactions to the news continue to get shared on social media. See more below.

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