Texas is a big place. If you're in Houston, Corpus, San Antonio, DFW, you're in a virus hotspot. If you're out in the middle of nowhere, it's life as usual. It's very difficult for UIL, TEA, or anyone else to make decisions that are good for the whole state.
In my region, most of the big districts already said they won't compete. The district that usually hosts our contest is one of them. Our usual host for Area has also announced they won't compete. All that's left are the atssb schools and maybe one or two others. When we have region meeting in a few weeks, I bet we vote to not even have UIL contest for large schools. Or maybe the large schools who are left go to the small school contest.
If you're able to compete, great! Best of luck to you! Good skill! If your community is hit hard with COVID, that sucks, marching contest should be very low on your priority list. Don't begrudge those who can just because you can't.