AUSTIN, Texas - Texas restaurants, retailers, malls, and movie theaters will be allowed to reopen with restrictions beginning Friday. Gov. Greg Abbott announced Monday that those businesses, along with museums and libraries, will be allowed to operate at 25% capacity across the state starting May 1.
ABIA, and other airports throughout the state of Texas, have stayed open during the coronavirus outbreak as critical infrastructure concerning travel needs.
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ABIA spokesperson Bryce Dubee joins FOX 7 Austin's Marcel Clarke to discuss the impact that reopening Texas may have on the airport.
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