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Southeast Asia’s biggest country has finally followed in the footsteps of neighboring Malaysia and Singapore.
All vaccinated foreign travelers will be welcome to visit Aotearoa from the end of July.
Restrictions are set to be rolled back in stages, starting off with a pilot program involving small tour groups.
Authorities have ended Covid-19 testing for vaccinated travelers to boost the tourism sector’s recovery.
Outdoor mask mandates, physical distancing rules, and general capacity limits are all being scrapped.
So long as they’re willing to spend a week in quarantine, fully vaccinated non-residents will be allowed to visit.
The on-arrival testing requirement is being removed, but all foreigners must still register for a Thailand Pass.
If tourism chiefs get their way, foreign visitors may be able to enter the country without restrictions in just two weeks’ time.
To stimulate tourism, authorities have reopened four more airports to international flights.