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14.05.2021

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International Restrictions:

*Testing / screening on arrival: Effective 15 May all travellers who have been fully vaccinated with the final dose administered at least 14 days before travel will be immediately released from quarantine once their arrival test is negative. However this does not apply to anyone travelling from or through India or Brazil.

Fully vaccinated travellers from all other countries will require:

• BVI Gateway Traveller Authorisation Certificate at a cost of $105.00;

• Proof of a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test taken 3-5 days before arrival;

• Proof of vaccination status;

• RT-PCR COVID-19 testing upon arrival; and

• Quarantine until the return of a negative test result

Where fully vaccinated persons are travelling with one or more unvaccinated child:

• Children aged 5-17 will be tested on arrival;

• Children will be released from quarantine together with their parents/guardians once the test results for the entire group are negative, but must remain within their family bubble; and

• Unvaccinated children will be subject to a further test on day four

Additionally, a fully vaccinated traveller may be approved for home quarantine in a residence where all the adult occupants are fully vaccinated, once the traveller, or travelling party, is provided with a separate bedroom.

Partially vaccinated travellers (those that have received one dose of a two-dose vaccine, or whose final vaccine dose was administered less than two weeks before arriving in the Territory) will require:

• BVI Gateway Traveller Authorisation Certificate at a cost of $175.00;

• Proof of a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test taken 3-5 days before arrival;

• Proof of vaccination status;

• RT-PCR COVID-19 negative test upon arrival;

• A four day quarantine period and

• RT-PCR COVID-19 negative test on day 4

Unvaccinated travellers will require:

• BVI Gateway Traveller Authorisation Certificate at a cost of $175.00;

• Proof of a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test taken 3-5 days before arrival;

• RT-PCR COVID-19 negative test upon arrival;

• A seven day quarantine period and

• RT-PCR COVID-19 negative test on day 7.

Where people are traveling in mixed groups with some individuals unvaccinated, the entire party will be treated as unvaccinated and will also be required to quarantine for seven days upon arrival.

Further information can be found at the website of the Government of the Virgin Islands.

All persons permitted to travel from India and Brazil (nationals, belongers, residents, work permit holders, persons permitted to reside in the territory, diplomats and persons employed by BVI Government and Statutory Agencies) will be subjected to the following testing and quarantine protocols:

• All travellers will need approval prior to entry. This can be obtained through the online BVI Portal

• A certified rt-PCR negative test within five days prior to arrival

• Quarantine in an approved location for a period of 14 days

• Tests on arrival, day 7 and day 14 and if all are negative be allowed full movement within the Territory

• All arriving passengers will be issued with and required to wear a tracking bracelet

• A charge of $175 per person will be collected from all passengers to cover the cost of in-Territory testing and the BVI Portal app.

Further information can be found at the website of the Government of the Virgin Islands

Fully vaccinated persons who have been present in the Virgin Islands for more than 14 consecutive days and wish to travel to the US Virgin Islands, St. Maarten, or Puerto Rico for a period not longer than 24 hours. Outgoing ‘day trippers’ to these neighboring jurisdictions will be exempted from quarantine and the COVID-19 test upon re-entering the Territory; but would be required to take a PCR test seven days after returning to the Territory. A person certified as a day tripper should:

• apply for re-entry through the Gateway prior to departure from the Virgin Islands;

• pay a fee of $70.00

‘Day trippers’ are allowed to travel with children who are under five years old. Refusal by a returning ‘day tripper’ to undergo Day 7 testing will attract a fixed penalty of five thousand dollars or a court penalty of ten thousand dollars on summary conviction.

Internal Restrictions:

*Travel in the British Virgin Islands: All businesses are allowed to operate, subject to social distancing measures being in place. Beaches are open. Gatherings are restricted to 200 people, but faith-based services including weddings and funerals are permitted to have a maximum of 250 people.

Domestic air travel services between Tortola, Virgin Gorda and Anegada are allowed to operate in accordance with existing protocols.

Regular ferry services between Tortola and its sister islands of Virgin Gorda, Jost Van Dyke and Anegada are operating. Freight couriers and charter companies are permitted to operate between the BVI and USVI subject to strict adherence to the established COVID-19 suppression measures and fortnightly testing. Commercial ferries to and from the US Virgin Islands are operating on a restricted schedule of only one return journey per day.

BVI territorial waters are open to all internal traffic from 5am to 12.30am, intra-island ferries may operate from 5am to 2am. Movement across maritime borders is prohibited except where authorised by the Governor in consultation with the Minister of Health. Further information on the BVI restrictions can be found at the website of the Government of the Virgin Islands, including detailed information on continued school closures and restrictions in place, both within the Territory and in the BVI’s territorial waters.

*Public spaces and services: When moving around the BVI, you should wear a face covering in all public settings. All premises will only allow entry if you are wearing a face mask.