It is almost time for your trip to the US Virgin Islands! As you prepare, please be aware of the new travel requirements and entry screening process for visiting the destination. T
Last Updated: August 16th, 2021

1. Show a Negative Antigen (molecular/PCR/rapid) COVID-19 Test

All travelers, ages five and older, who enter the U.S. Virgin Islands are required to submit a negative antigen (molecular/PCR/rapid) COVID-19 test, with the test result dated within 5 days of arrival on the USVI Travel Screening Portal. Please note that travelers who fail to use the Travel Screening Portal may be denied boarding.

Travelers will receive a travel certification within 48-hours of submission which will be required to board an aircraft into the territory.

Evidence of COVID-19 vaccination does not supersede the COVID-19 testing requirement. Travelers who are FULLY vaccinated are still required to use the USVI Travel Screening Portal.

Travelers unable to produce the required test result will be subject to a 14-day quarantine, from the time of entry into the Territory, or the duration of the person’s stay, whichever is shorter, or until they are able to receive the required test result while in the Territory.

Testing requirements for travel to the USVI are changing due to the Territory’s continued response to the COVID-19 pandemic, so please continue to monitor www.usviupdate.com for changes and more information.

Before returning to the USA effective immediately, the United States requires that all air passengers entering the country will be required to provide a negative COVID-19 test prior to boarding their flight as per the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Many of our travel suppliers have made arrangements for on-site COVID-19 testing right at your hotel (view these travel supplier policies).