News: No More Portal Uploads
As of June 1, 2022, visitors to the US Virgin Islands no longer need to upload their Covid-19 vaccine or test results to the USVI Travel Portal.
The Governor of the US Virgin Islands eased mask requirements weeks earlier on March 7. 2022.
Masks no longer required in open-air spaces in establishments.
New masking protocols for travelers include these new rules:
- Passengers of mass or public transportation, including but not limited to Vitran buses, taxicabs, and automobiles for hire, shall be required to wear a mask or facial covering.
- Masks are required in outdoor areas of all airports and seaports in the Territory of the U.S. Virgin Islands.
- You are not required to wear your mask or facial covering when seated in a restaurant or bar.
- You are not required to wear a mask or facial covering when outdoor or in the outdoor section of an establishment. To be clear, the outdoor section of an establishment in this instance is any section of a structure or establishment not covered by a roof, or a section covered by a roof but enclosed by less than 3 walls.
The USVI Travel Portal ceases June 1, 2022
Prior to June 1st, the U.S. Virgin Islands travel portal at usvitravelportal.com had been accepting valid digital vaccination records and negative Covid-19 test results to satisfy the US Virgin Islands travel requirement..
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