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 Governor Bryan Eases Some COVID-19 Restrictions
October 13, 2020

During his weekly COVID-19 press briefing , Governor Albert Bryan Jr. announced he is easing some of the restrictions in place to stop the spread of COVID-19 in the Territory. His announcement comes after the Territory’s rate of positivity for the virus had decreased significantly.

“We are slowly getting back to normalcy, but we can’t rush it,” Governor Bryan said. “Let’s take this next step and see if we can sustain it without compromising the public health. Of course, we need your continued cooperation.


U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS COVID-19 UPDATE

Information for Leisure Travelers
September 30, 2020

The Territory is in the Safer-at-Home Phase of its State of Emergency

Safer-at-Home Travel Restrictions

USVI Travel Screening Portal

Travel Guidelines

Airports

Safer-at-Home

Restaurants and Food Trucks

Other Businesses

Churches

Beaches

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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