As of July 15, 2020, there are 11 states and territories under travel restrictions into the Virgin Islands: Arizona; Florida; Georgia; Idaho; Kansas; Mississippi; Nevada; Puerto Rico; South Carolina; Texas and Utah. Travelers from those states and territories and any other that shows a percent positive rate over 10% must present test results showing they have tested negative for COVID-19 within 5 days of their arrival into the Territory.
These requirements affect travelers as follows:
- Residents of a state with a positivity rating of greater than 10%
- Travelers who have spent more than 7 days in and are traveling from a state with a positivity rating of greater than 10%
- Travelers who are age 15 and older
- Travelers unable to produce the required test results will be subject to quarantine for 14 days or until they are able to receive the required test results.
Resources for USVI Travel updates:
- For USVI Travel Updates visit: https://usviupdate.com/
- Click for Flight Updates
- Click for Hotel Updates
- For USVI Port Authority updates: http://www.viport.com/news.html
The USVI Department of Tourism is expected to launch a website in the next week to allow travelers to upload their COVID related test results in advance of arrival.