Virgin Islands Welcomes Visitors
The U.S. Virgin
Islands' airports and seaports are open and we welcome
visitors to our islands. However, please take note of
COVID-19 Travel Policy. We also ask that you adhere
to our mask-wearing and social distancing requirements
while you are here. Please help us to keep our
community healthy. Stay safe and enjoy your stay
in America's Paradise!
Will You be
Visiting the USVI Soon?
USVI COVID-19 Travel Policy
Effective July 15, 2020 and
continuing as long as the territory remains in a State
of Emergency as declared on March 13, 2020, the
Government of the USVI will require either a negative
antigen COVID-19 test result receive within five days
prior to travel or a positive antibody COVID-19 test
result taken within four months prior to travel from any
state with a positivity rate of greater than 10 percent
(according to data from John Hopkins
Currently, those states include: Alabama, Arizona,
Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Kansas, Mississippi, Nevada,
Puerto Rico, South Carolina, and Texas. This list
may be periodically updated based on data obtained from
John Hopkins University and will be posted on https://www.usviupdate.com.
This policy applies to visitors and USVI residents
returning to the territory from these states. This
requirement applies to passengers aged 15 and older.
Travelers unable to produce the required test result
will be subject to a mandatory self-quarantine for 14
days or until the required test result is received while
on the island. The restriction does not apply to
travelers transiting these states to the U.S. Virgin
Islands but applies to passengers who have spent more
than seven days in and are traveling from the impacted
states. For more information, call our USVI Department
of Tourism's Travel Hotline at (800)-372-8784.
your Traveler's Health Form Online
USVI Tourism Department's Travel Portal and complete
your Travelers Health Form Online. Print the form
and drop it off in our airports' baggage claim area when
you arrive. You may also download a
PDF Version or
Microsoft Word Version (fillable) of the form.
For more COVID-19 related
about travel and tourism in the U.S. Virgin Islands,