Texas Gov. Greg Abbott issued an executive order Thursday lifting air travel restrictions, a press release from his office announced.
The order immediately stops all restriction that mandated quarantines for travelers coming from several states, according to the release.
Separately, the governor also announced a phased reopening of drivers license offices in the state starting on Tuesday.
The four-phase plan includes regional reopenings of Northwest and West offices first, with the North and Southeast offices opening in June.