The 55-foot-tall official greeter and the symbol of the State Fair of Texas were lifted into place Friday morning.
Many individuals anticipate the current year's reasonable since it was fundamentally dropped due to the pandemic last year.
Fairgoers were permitted to pass through the reasonable grounds to get suitable food varieties and snap a photo with Big Tex, wearing a face mask.
Enormous Tex has dressed as usual this year with his tremendous cattle rustler boots, exemplary red and blue Dickies shirt, and a Shiner belt clasp.
He isn't wearing a face veil.
"After being completely immunized from COVID-19 in the offseason, the famous cowhand will invite people back to the State Fair of Texas from a protected social distance of 55 feet," the State Fair of Texas said in a news discharge.
The 2021 State Fair of Texas opens next Friday and goes through Oct. 17.
Visitors will be approached to wear a face veil while inside or in jam-packed regions where social removing is unimaginable.
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