Update: An earlier version of this post says Twitter is removing location tagging in tweets. In fact, it is only removing the ability to share precise location details such as latitude and longitude
In an announcement today from its support account Twitter said it is removing the option to tag precise locations in tweets . The feature will still be available for photos via Twitter's updated camera. This is because "most people do not tag their exact location in Tweets."
Most people do not tag their exact location in Tweets, so we're removing this ability to simplify your Tweeting experience. You will still be able to tag your exact location in Tweets through our updated camera. It is useful when sharing on-the-ground moments
̵1; Twitter Support (@TwitterSupport) June 18, 2019
Twitter users can opt out of location sharing features in its "privacy and safety" menu. If you do not want to share your precise location details, you should continue keeping the feature turned off since it is still available in Twitter's camera.
After the exact location sharing feature for tweets is removed, users who want to share where they are can do so through services such as Foursquare