Covid-19 information for the US Virgin Islands USVI

Covid-19 Information for the US Virgin Islands (USVI)


Covid-19 information and guidelines for the US Virgin Islands (USVI)

The US Virgin Islands re-opened borders to leisure tourists on September 19, 2020. The USVI has developed guidelines and COVID-19 testing requirements for all visitors to the Territory.

U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS COVID-19 UPDATE

USVI TRAVEL ADVISORY: General Guidance for COVID-19 Passenger Screening for Domestic and International Arrivals
Updated: August 7, 2021

What you should know:

  1. Submit an approved COVID-19 test result and get cleared to travel to the U.S. Virgin Islands.
  2. No COVID-19 test result is required to travel to or return to the U.S. mainland (unless the state you are traveling to has specific COVID-19 testing requirements in place). Please carefully read the following advisory. If you have any further questions, email info@usviupdate.com.

For the latest information check usviupdate.com

Visitors and residents who have travel or tourism-related inquiries are asked to email info@usviupdate.com or call the Department of Tourism at 340-774-8784 (St. Thomas-St. John District), 340-772-0357 (St. Croix) or toll-free 1-800-372-8784.


Covid-19 information and guidelines for the US Virgin Islands (USVI)

Visitors or residents who have tourism-related inquiries are asked to email ​info@usviupdate.com​ or call the department's toll-free number at (800) 372-USVI (8784).

Like other destinations experiencing this unprecedented pandemic, the Territory continues to evaluate its policies. All guidance is subject to the Executive Orders of Government of the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Please stay safe, and continue to monitor​ usviupdate.com.

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