The Tourism Authority of Thailand said the government has lifted its pretravel Covid-19 testing requirement for international arrivals, effective April 1, and that all testing could be dropped by May 1.

Vaccinated travelers can now enter Thailand without a pretravel PCR test, but they must still test twice after arrival: a PCR test upon arrival and an antigen self-test on day five. Unvaccinated travelers must quarantine in an approved hotel for five days.

"We are excited that we're able to reduce travel requirements for international visitors, creating a simpler process for all to enjoy Thailand's wonders," said Santi Sawangcharoen, director of the tourism authority's New York Office.

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