Gov. Greg Abbott has terminated air travel restrictions that were originally in effect to slow the spread of COVID-19.
The governor's office made the announcement Thursday afternoon.
Previously, anyone who traveled into DFW Airport, Dallas Love Field, or anything other airport in Texas was required to self-isolate for 14-days upon their arrival to the state.
This included visitors from various areas in the country that at one point had a high number of coronavirus cases, such as Atlanta, Detroit, Chicago and Miami.
All air-travelers from California, Connecticut, Washington, New Jersey and New York were also included in the previous order.
Abbott's latest order includes immediate termination for any mandatory self-quarantine that is already in effect.
Thursday morning, the Transportation Security Administration said it will be rolling out a number of changes nationwide by mid-June to protect passengers and employees during the current pandemic.
Some of those changes include passengers scanning their own boarding passes, food items now being required to be placed in a clear plastic bag, facial coverings being encouraged, and a larger size of hand sanitizer being allowed for carry-on.
To read a full list of changes, click here.