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British Virgin Islands travel restrictions

COVID-19 Vacc. -134.35%
Open for citizens: yes Open for foreigners: no Open for tourism: no Quarantine: partial
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Published on 22.04.2022, :

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Full Restrictions
Open for travel from British Virgin Islands
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Entry restrictions
Passengers must have an approved “BVI Gateway Traveler Authorization Certificate” obtained at least 48 hours before departure at https://bvi.gov.vg

Passengers must have a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) RT – PCR test result issued:
– at most five days before arrival from a low risk country; or
– at most three days before arrival from a medium or high-risk country.

Passengers must have medical travel insurance with COVID-19 coverage.

Passengers are subject to medical screening and Coronavirus (COVID-19) PCR test upon arrival.

Quarantine is possible
Passengers could be subject to quarantine for 4 days or 14 days

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Flight Restrictions

published 04.06.2020
Passengers are not allowed to enter.
– This does not apply to passengers residing in Virgin Isl. (British).

Quarantine

Quarantine requirement at government pre-approved accommodation.

Any traveller who tests positive for COVID-19 on arrival will be required to quarantine for 7 days. Travellers will be able to end their quarantine if they receive a negative RT-PCR test result on day 14. Please note that your arrival date is day 0.

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Certification

COVID-19 negative certification subject to special conditions.

Fully vaccinated adults who have completed a rapid antigen test or RT-PCR test within 48 hours prior to arrival are exempt from entry testing requirements. Fully vaccinated adults who have taken a rapid antigen or RT-PCR test after 48 hours, but within 5 days prior to arrival must also take a rapid antigen test on arrival.
Partially vaccinated and unvaccinated adults and unaccompanied children must: Show proof of a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test taken within 5 days prior to arrival. Partially vaccinated travellers will also need to show proof of their vaccination status.
If you are transiting through the British Virgin Islands on your way to another country and staying in the airport (airside), you need to show proof of a negative PCR or rapid antigen test taken within 48 hours of arrival.

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Vaccination
COVID-19 Total Vaccination date: 2022-05-06
COVID-19 Total Vaccination: 40872
COVID-19 Daily Vaccination: 6
COVID-19 Vacc. (per 100 citizens, %): 134.35
COVID-19 Daily Vacc. (per 1 million citizens): 197

Travellers who have been fully vaccinated, with the second dose of a World Health Organization approved vaccine administered at least 14 days before travel, can also enter the BVI by sea through the Road Town Jetty; Soper’s Hole Dock, West End; Great Harbour, Jost Van Dyke; or Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda.
Partially vaccinated travellers (those that have received one dose of a two-dose vaccine, or whose second vaccine dose was administered less than two weeks before arriving in the Territory) and unvaccinated travellers are only permitted to enter the BVI through the Road Town Jetty and the T B Lettsome International Airport.

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Full Restrictions

  • British Virgin Islands Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *All travellers: You will need a valid passport, with validity covering the proposed duration of your stay to enter or travel through the British Virgin Islands as a visitor. See below for further information on travel documentation.
    Everyone (including children) entering the BVI will be subject to temperature checks on arrival.
    There are no quarantine requirements on arrival, providing you have a negative RT-PCR or rapid antigen test. The type of test taken should be guided by the entry requirements of any country transited en route to the BVI.
    There is a US$50 tax for all passengers, payable on leaving the BVI by air ($15 departure tax, $5 security charge departure tax and a US$30 airport development fee). This is generally included in the ticket price. If you’re departing the BVI by ferry, a departure tax of US$20 per person or US$15 for residents is payable. Visitors arriving by air or sea are also charged an Environmental and Tourism levy of US$10 on arrival.
    If you’re fully vaccinated: Entry by air to the Territory is only permitted through the Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport. Travellers who have been fully vaccinated, with the second dose of a World Health Organization approved vaccine administered at least 14 days before travel, can also enter the BVI by sea through the Road Town Jetty; Soper’s Hole Dock, West End; Great Harbour, Jost Van Dyke; or Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda.
    *Fully vaccinated adults who have completed a rapid antigen test or RT-PCR test within 48 hours prior to arrival are exempt from entry testing requirements. Fully vaccinated adults who have taken a rapid antigen or RT-PCR test after 48 hours, but within 5 days prior to arrival must also take a rapid antigen test on arrival.
    Any traveller who tests positive for COVID-19 on arrival will be required to quarantine for 7 days. Travellers will be able to end their quarantine if they receive a negative RT-PCR test result on day 14. Please note that your arrival date is day 0.
    On arrival, all fully vaccinated adults and unaccompanied children must:
    • show proof of a negative RT-PCR or rapid antigen test result
    • show proof of vaccination status (see ‘Proof of vaccination status’ section below)
    • show proof of travel insurance with minimum approved coverage for quarantine accommodation costs, medical repatriation and COVID-19 medical costs, including hospitalisation, doctor’s visits and prescriptions
    Proof of vaccination status: You can use the COVID Pass, and proof of COVID-19 vaccination issued in the Crown Dependencies to demonstrate your vaccination record when entering the BVI. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.
    *If you’re not fully vaccinated: Partially vaccinated travellers (those that have received one dose of a two-dose vaccine, or whose second dose was administered less than two weeks before arriving in the Territory) and unvaccinated travellers are only permitted to enter the BVI through the Road Town Jetty and the T B Lettsome International Airport.
    Partially vaccinated and unvaccinated adults and unaccompanied children must:
    • show proof of a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test taken within 5 days prior to arrival. Partially vaccinated travellers will also need to show proof of their vaccination status.
    • show proof of travel insurance with minimum approved coverage for quarantine accommodation costs, medical repatriation and COVID-19 medical costs, including hospitalisation, doctor’s visits and prescriptions
    • take a rapid antigen test upon arrival at a cost of $50 and receive a negative result.
    Any traveller who tests positive for COVID-19 on arrival will be required to quarantine for 7 days. Travellers will be able to end their quarantine if they receive a negative RT-PCR test result on day 14. Please note that your arrival date is day 0.
    If you’ve had COVID-19 in the past year: If you have recovered from COVID-19 you will still need to satisfy the requirements detailed above.
    Children and young people: Children aged 5 to17 accompanied by a parent or guardian should follow the same testing requirements as their parents/guardians. All Partially vaccinated or unvaccinated children aged 5 to 17 will be tested on entry at a cost of $50, even when accompanied by fully vaccinated parents/guardians that are exempt from entry testing requirements. There are no testing requirements for Children aged 4 and under. See guidance above for entry requirements for unaccompanied children.
    If you’re transiting through the British Virgin Islands: Transiting is when you pass through one country on the way to your final destination.
    If you are transiting through the British Virgin Islands on your way to another country and staying in the airport (airside), you need to show proof of a negative PCR or rapid antigen test taken within 48 hours of arrival.
    If you are transiting through the British Virgin Islands on your way to another country and will be passing through immigration (sometimes known as a layover), for example to stay in a hotel for a flight the next day, you will be subject the testing regimes set out above, depending on your vaccination status.
    Further information about transiting through the British Virgin Islands can be found on the Government of the Virgin Islands website.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in the British Virgin Islands: 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. Ferries are allowed to operate with up to 65 people at a time. Commercial ferries to and from the US Virgin Islands are operating on a restricted schedule of three return journeys per day.
    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.
    From 1 November 2021, foreign-based charter companies must obtain authorisation to operate in BVI’s territorial waters.
    *Cruise passengers: Fully vaccinated passengers with a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test or a negative rapid antigen test are permitted to move freely throughout the Territory, subject to adhering to the relevant COVID-19 protocols in the Territory. You will need to provide proof of your vaccination status and proof of a negative rapid antigen or RT-PCR test taken 24 to 48 hours prior to arrival.
    Further information on the BVI restrictions can be found at the website of the Government of the Virgin Islands, including any 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. Premises will only allow entry if you are wearing a face mask.
    Indoor occupancy is limited to one person per nine square feet and no more than 100 people, unless otherwise approved by the Ministry of Health and Social Development.
    Nightclubs are open to fully vaccinated and partially vaccinated individuals. You will need to provide proof of your vaccination status on entry. Partially vaccinated individuals will also need to provide proof of a negative rapid antigen test taken within the last 7 days.
    Beaches are open.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19, you may need to stay where you are until you test negative. You may also need to seek treatment there.

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    22.04.2022
  • British Virgin Islands Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to the British Virgin Islands: Entry by air to the Territory is only permitted through the Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport. The airport is currently operating reduced hours from 7:30 am to 7:30 pm and will close for two half hour periods each day between 9:00 am to 9:30 am and 6:00 pm to 6:30 pm.
    Travellers who have been fully vaccinated, with the second dose of a World Health Organization approved vaccine administered at least 14 days before travel, can also enter the BVI by sea through the Road Town Jetty; Soper’s Hole Dock, West End; Great Harbour, Jost Van Dyke; or Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda.
    Partially vaccinated travellers (those that have received one dose of a two-dose vaccine, or whose second dose was administered less than two weeks before arriving in the Territory) and unvaccinated travellers are only permitted to enter the BVI through the Road Town Jetty and the T B Lettsome International Airport.
    Everyone (including children) entering the Territory will be subject to temperature checks on arrival.
    *Testing and quarantine requirements: On arrival, all fully vaccinated adults must:
    • show proof of a negative test result
    • show proof of vaccination status
    • show proof of travel insurance with minimum approved coverage for quarantine accommodation costs, medical repatriation and COVID-19 medical costs, including hospitalisation, doctor’s visits and prescriptions
    Fully vaccinated adults who have completed a rapid antigen test or RT-PCR test within 48 hours prior to arrival are exempt from entry testing and portal requirements. The type of test taken should be guided by the entry requirements of any country transited en route to the BVI.
    Fully vaccinated adults who have taken a rapid antigen or RT-PCR test after 48 hours, but within 5 days prior to arrival must also:
    • pre-register for a rapid antigen test using the Hummingbird portal for your point of entry:
    West End Ferry Terminal
    Road Town Ferry Terminal
    Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport
    • Take a rapid antigen test upon arrival at a cost $50 and receive a negative result.
    Partially vaccinated and unvaccinated adults and unaccompanied children must:
    • register for a BVI Gateway Traveller Authorisation Certificate at a cost of $175.00
    obtain approval from the Environmental Health Division if quarantining in a private residence, hotel or vessel 5-7 days prior to travel
    • show proof of a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test taken 3 to 5 days prior to arrival. Partially vaccinated travellers will also need to show proof of their vaccination status
    • show proof of travel insurance with minimum approved coverage for quarantine accommodation costs, medical repatriation and COVID-19 medical costs, including hospitalisation, doctor’s visits and prescriptions
    • take a RT-PCR test upon arrival
    • quarantine for 4 days (partially vaccinated travellers) or seven days (unvaccinated travellers) if you receive a negative test result on arrival. Travellers will be able to end their quarantine if they receive a negative RT-PCR test result on day 4 (partially vaccinated travellers) or day 7 (unvaccinated travellers). Please note that your arrival date is day 0.
    • Any traveller who tests positive for COVID-19 on arrival will be required to quarantine for 14 days. Travellers will be able to end their quarantine if they receive a negative RT-PCR test result on day 14. Please note that your arrival date is day 0.
    Where people are travelling in mixed groups, if there are unvaccinated or partially vaccinated adults in the group, all of the group will be quarantined for seven or four days respectively. Testing and quarantine requirements for accompanied children.
    Children aged 5 to 17 should follow the same testing and quarantine requirements as their parents/guardians. All children aged 5 to 17 will be tested on entry, even when accompanied by fully vaccinated parents/guardians that are exempt from entry testing requirements. Children aged 4 and below must follow the same quarantine requirements as their parents/guardians but there are no testing requirements.
    Further information can be found at the website of the Government of the Virgin Islands
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 status: The British Virgin Islands will accept the proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record and proof of COVID-19 vaccination issued in the Crown Dependencies. Your final vaccine dose must have been administered at least 14 days prior to travel. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in the British Virgin Islands: 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. Ferries are allowed to operate with up to 65 people at a time. Commercial ferries to and from the US Virgin Islands are operating on a restricted schedule of three return journeys per day.
    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.
    From 1 November 2021, foreign-based charter companies must obtain authorisation to operate in BVI’s territorial waters.
    *Cruise passengers: Fully vaccinated passengers with a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test or a negative rapid antigen test are permitted to move freely throughout the Territory, subject to adhering to the relevant COVID-19 protocols in the Territory. You will need to provide proof of your vaccination status and proof of a negative rapid antigen or RT-PCR test taken 24 to 48 hours prior to arrival.
    Further information on the BVI restrictions can be found at the website of the Government of the Virgin Islands, including any 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. Premises will only allow entry if you are wearing a face mask.
    Indoor occupancy is limited to one person per nine square feet and no more than 100 people, unless otherwise approved by the Ministry of Health and Social Development.
    Nightclubs are open to fully vaccinated and partially vaccinated individuals. You will need to provide proof of your vaccination status on entry. Partially vaccinated individuals will also need to provide proof of a negative rapid antigen test taken within the last 7 days.
    Beaches are open.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19, you may need to stay where you are until you test negative. You may also need to seek treatment there.

    Read more
    18.02.2022
  • British Virgin Islands Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to the British Virgin Islands: Entry by air to the Territory is only permitted through the Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport. The airport is currently operating reduced hours from 7:30 am to 7:30 pm and will close for two half hour periods each day between 9:00 am to 9:30 am and 6:00 pm to 6:30 pm.
    Travellers who have been fully vaccinated, with the second dose of a World Health Organization approved vaccine administered at least 14 days before travel, can also enter the BVI by sea through the Road Town Jetty; Soper’s Hole Dock, West End; Great Harbour, Jost Van Dyke; or Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda.
    Partially vaccinated travellers (those that have received one dose of a two-dose vaccine, or whose second dose was administered less than two weeks before arriving in the Territory) and unvaccinated travellers are only permitted to enter the BVI through the Road Town Jetty and the T B Lettsome International Airport.
    Everyone (including children) entering the Territory will be subject to temperature checks on arrival.
    *Testing and quarantine requirements: On arrival, all fully vaccinated adults must:
    • show proof of a negative test result
    • show proof of vaccination status
    • show proof of travel insurance with minimum approved coverage for quarantine accommodation costs, medical repatriation and COVID-19 medical costs, including hospitalisation, doctor’s visits and prescriptions
    Fully vaccinated adults who have completed a rapid antigen test or RT-PCR test within 48 hours prior to arrival are exempt from entry testing and portal requirements. The type of test taken should be guided by the entry requirements of any country transited en route to the BVI.
    Fully vaccinated adults who have taken a rapid antigen or RT-PCR test after 48 hours, but within 5 days prior to arrival must also:
    • pre-register for a rapid antigen test using the Hummingbird portal for your point of entry:
    West End Ferry Terminal
    Road Town Ferry Terminal
    Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport
    • Take a rapid antigen test upon arrival at a cost $50 and receive a negative result.
    Partially vaccinated and unvaccinated adults and unaccompanied children must:
    • register for a BVI Gateway Traveller Authorisation Certificate at a cost of $175.00
    obtain approval from the Environmental Health Division if quarantining in a private residence, hotel or vessel 5-7 days prior to travel
    • show proof of a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test taken 3 to 5 days prior to arrival. Partially vaccinated travellers will also need to show proof of their vaccination status
    • show proof of travel insurance with minimum approved coverage for quarantine accommodation costs, medical repatriation and COVID-19 medical costs, including hospitalisation, doctor’s visits and prescriptions
    • take a RT-PCR test upon arrival
    • quarantine for 4 days (partially vaccinated travellers) or seven days (unvaccinated travellers) if you receive a negative test result on arrival. Travellers will be able to end their quarantine if they receive a negative RT-PCR test result on day 4 (partially vaccinated travellers) or day 7 (unvaccinated travellers). Please note that your arrival date is day 0.
    • Any traveller who tests positive for COVID-19 on arrival will be required to quarantine for 14 days. Travellers will be able to end their quarantine if they receive a negative RT-PCR test result on day 14. Please note that your arrival date is day 0.
    Where people are travelling in mixed groups, if there are unvaccinated or partially vaccinated adults in the group, all of the group will be quarantined for seven or four days respectively. Testing and quarantine requirements for accompanied children.
    Children aged 5 to 17 should follow the same testing and quarantine requirements as their parents/guardians. All children aged 5 to 17 will be tested on entry, even when accompanied by fully vaccinated parents/guardians that are exempt from entry testing requirements. Children aged 4 and below must follow the same quarantine requirements as their parents/guardians but there are no testing requirements.
    Further information can be found at the website of the Government of the Virgin Islands
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 status: The British Virgin Islands will accept the proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record and proof of COVID-19 vaccination issued in the Crown Dependencies. Your final vaccine dose must have been administered at least 14 days prior to travel. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in the British Virgin Islands: 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. Ferries are allowed to operate with up to 65 people at a time. Commercial ferries to and from the US Virgin Islands are operating on a restricted schedule of three return journeys per day.
    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.
    From 1 November 2021, foreign-based charter companies must obtain authorisation to operate in BVI’s territorial waters.
    *Cruise passengers: Fully vaccinated passengers with a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test or a negative rapid antigen test are permitted to move freely throughout the Territory, subject to adhering to the relevant COVID-19 protocols in the Territory. You will need to provide proof of your vaccination status and proof of a negative rapid antigen or RT-PCR test taken 24 to 48 hours prior to arrival.
    Further information on the BVI restrictions can be found at the website of the Government of the Virgin Islands, including any 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. Premises will only allow entry if you are wearing a face mask.
    Indoor occupancy is limited to one person per nine square feet and no more than 100 people, unless otherwise approved by the Ministry of Health and Social Development.
    Nightclubs are open to fully vaccinated and partially vaccinated individuals. You will need to provide proof of your vaccination status on entry. Partially vaccinated individuals will also need to provide proof of a negative rapid antigen test taken within the last 7 days. Beaches are open.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19, you may need to stay where you are until you test negative. You may also need to seek treatment there.

    Read more
    20.01.2022
  • British Virgin Islands Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to the British Virgin Islands: Entry by air to the Territory is only permitted through the Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport. The airport is currently operating reduced hours from 7:30 am to 7:30 pm and will close for two half hour periods each day between 9:00 am to 9:30 am and 6:00 pm to 6:30 pm.
    Travellers who have been fully vaccinated, with the second dose of a World Health Organization approved vaccine administered at least 14 days before travel, can also enter the BVI by sea through the Road Town Jetty; Soper’s Hole Dock, West End; Great Harbour, Jost Van Dyke; or Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda.
    Partially vaccinated travellers (those that have received one dose of a two-dose vaccine, or whose second dose was administered less than two weeks before arriving in the Territory) and unvaccinated travellers are only permitted to enter the BVI through the Road Town Jetty and the T B Lettsome International Airport.
    Everyone (including children) entering the Territory will be subject to temperature checks on arrival.
    *Testing and quarantine requirements: On arrival, all fully vaccinated adults must:
    • show proof of a negative test result
    • show proof of vaccination status
    • show proof of travel insurance with minimum approved coverage for quarantine accommodation costs, medical repatriation and COVID-19 medical costs, including hospitalisation, doctor’s visits and prescriptions
    Fully vaccinated adults who have completed a rapid antigen test or RT-PCR test within 48 hours prior to arrival are exempt from entry testing and portal requirements. The type of test taken should be guided by the entry requirements of any country transited en route to the BVI.
    Fully vaccinated adults who have taken a rapid antigen or RT-PCR test after 48 hours, but within 5 days prior to arrival must also:
    • pre-register for a rapid antigen test using the Hummingbird portal for your point of entry:
    West End Ferry Terminal
    Road Town Ferry Terminal
    Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport
    • Take a rapid antigen test upon arrival at a cost $50 and receive a negative result.
    Partially vaccinated and unvaccinated adults and unaccompanied children must:
    • register for a BVI Gateway Traveller Authorisation Certificate at a cost of $175.00
    obtain approval from the Environmental Health Division if quarantining in a private residence, hotel or vessel 5-7 days prior to travel
    • show proof of a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test taken 3 to 5 days prior to arrival. Partially vaccinated travellers will also need to show proof of their vaccination status
    • show proof of travel insurance with minimum approved coverage for quarantine accommodation costs, medical repatriation and COVID-19 medical costs, including hospitalisation, doctor’s visits and prescriptions
    • take a RT-PCR test upon arrival
    • quarantine for 4 days (partially vaccinated travellers) or seven days (unvaccinated travellers) if you receive a negative test result on arrival. Travellers will be able to end their quarantine if they receive a negative RT-PCR test result on day 4 (partially vaccinated travellers) or day 7 (unvaccinated travellers). Please note that your arrival date is day 0.
    • Any traveller who tests positive for COVID-19 on arrival will be required to quarantine for 14 days. Travellers will be able to end their quarantine if they receive a negative RT-PCR test result on day 14. Please note that your arrival date is day 0.
    Where people are travelling in mixed groups, if there are unvaccinated or partially vaccinated adults in the group, all of the group will be quarantined for seven or four days respectively. Testing and quarantine requirements for accompanied children.
    Children aged 5 to 17 should follow the same testing and quarantine requirements as their parents/guardians. All children aged 5 to 17 will be tested on entry, even when accompanied by fully vaccinated parents/guardians that are exempt from entry testing requirements. Children aged 4 and below must follow the same quarantine requirements as their parents/guardians but there are no testing requirements.
    Further information can be found at the website of the Government of the Virgin Islands
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 status: The British Virgin Islands will accept the proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record and proof of COVID-19 vaccination issued in the Crown Dependencies. Your final vaccine dose must have been administered at least 14 days prior to travel. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in the British Virgin Islands: 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. Ferries are allowed to operate with up to 65 people at a time. Commercial ferries to and from the US Virgin Islands are operating on a restricted schedule of three return journeys per day.
    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. From 1 November 2021, foreign-based charter companies must obtain authorisation to operate in BVI’s territorial waters.
    *Cruise passengers: Fully vaccinated passengers with a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test or a negative rapid antigen test are permitted to move freely throughout the Territory, subject to adhering to the relevant COVID-19 protocols in the Territory. You will need to provide proof of your vaccination status and proof of a negative rapid antigen or RT-PCR test taken 24 to 48 hours prior to arrival.
    Further information on the BVI restrictions can be found at the website of the Government of the Virgin Islands, including any 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. Premises will only allow entry if you are wearing a face mask.
    Indoor occupancy is limited to one person per nine square feet and no more than 100 people, unless otherwise approved by the Ministry of Health and Social Development.
    Nightclubs are open to fully vaccinated and partially vaccinated individuals. You will need to provide proof of your vaccination status on entry. Partially vaccinated individuals will also need to provide proof of a negative rapid antigen test taken within the last 7 days.
    Beaches are open.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19, you may need to stay where you are until you test negative. You may also need to seek treatment there.

    Read more
    14.01.2022
  • British Virgin Islands Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to the British Virgin Islands: Entry by air to the Territory is only permitted through the Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport. The airport is currently operating reduced hours from 7:30 am to 7:30 pm and will close for two half hour periods each day between 9:00 am to 9:30 am and 6:00 pm to 6:30 pm.
    Travellers who have been fully vaccinated, with the second dose of a World Health Organization approved vaccine administered at least 14 days before travel, can also enter the BVI by sea through the Road Town Jetty; Soper’s Hole Dock, West End; Great Harbour, Jost Van Dyke; or Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda.
    Partially vaccinated travellers (those that have received one dose of a two-dose vaccine, or whose second dose was administered less than two weeks before arriving in the Territory) and unvaccinated travellers are only permitted to enter the BVI through the Road Town Jetty and the T B Lettsome International Airport.
    Everyone (including children) entering the Territory will be subject to temperature checks on arrival.
    *Testing and quarantine requirements: On arrival, all fully vaccinated adults must:
    • show proof of a negative test result
    • show proof of vaccination status
    • show proof of travel insurance with minimum approved coverage for quarantine accommodation costs, medical repatriation and COVID-19 medical costs, including hospitalisation, doctor’s visits and prescriptions
    Fully vaccinated adults who have completed a rapid antigen test or RT-PCR test within 48 hours prior to arrival are exempt from entry testing and portal requirements. The type of test taken should be guided by the entry requirements of any country transited en route to the BVI.
    Fully vaccinated adults who have taken a rapid antigen or RT-PCR test after 48 hours, but within 5 days prior to arrival must also:
    • pre-register for a rapid antigen test using the Hummingbird portal for your point of entry:
    West End Ferry Terminal
    Road Town Ferry Terminal
    Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport
    • Take a rapid antigen test upon arrival at a cost $50 and receive a negative result.
    Partially vaccinated and unvaccinated adults and unaccompanied children must:
    • register for a BVI Gateway Traveller Authorisation Certificate at a cost of $175.00
    obtain approval from the Environmental Health Division if quarantining in a private residence, hotel or vessel 5-7 days prior to travel
    • show proof of a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test taken 3 to 5 days prior to arrival. Partially vaccinated travellers will also need to show proof of their vaccination status
    • show proof of travel insurance with minimum approved coverage for quarantine accommodation costs, medical repatriation and COVID-19 medical costs, including hospitalisation, doctor’s visits and prescriptions
    • take a RT-PCR test upon arrival
    • quarantine for 4 days (partially vaccinated travellers) or seven days (unvaccinated travellers) if you receive a negative test result on arrival. Travellers will be able to end their quarantine if they receive a negative RT-PCR test result on day 4 (partially vaccinated travellers) or day 7 (unvaccinated travellers). Please note that your arrival date is day 0.
    • Any traveller who tests positive for COVID-19 on arrival will be required to quarantine for 14 days. Travellers will be able to end their quarantine if they receive a negative RT-PCR test result on day 14. Please note that your arrival date is day 0.
    Where people are travelling in mixed groups, if there are unvaccinated or partially vaccinated adults in the group, all of the group will be quarantined for seven or four days respectively. Testing and quarantine requirements for accompanied children.
    Children aged 5 to 17 should follow the same testing and quarantine requirements as their parents/guardians. All children aged 5 to 17 will be tested on entry, even when accompanied by fully vaccinated parents/guardians that are exempt from entry testing requirements. Children aged 4 and below must follow the same quarantine requirements as their parents/guardians but there are no testing requirements.
    Further information can be found at the website of the Government of the Virgin Islands
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 status: The British Virgin Islands will accept the proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record and proof of COVID-19 vaccination issued in the Crown Dependencies. Your final vaccine dose must have been administered at least 14 days prior to travel. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in the British Virgin Islands: 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. Ferries are allowed to operate with up to 65 people at a time. Commercial ferries to and from the US Virgin Islands are operating on a restricted schedule of three return journeys per day.
    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.
    From 01 November, foreign-based charter companies must obtain authorisation to operate in BVI’s territorial waters.
    *Cruise passengers: Fully vaccinated passengers with a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test or a negative rapid antigen test are permitted to move freely throughout the Territory, subject to adhering to the relevant COVID-19 protocols in the Territory. You will need to provide proof of your vaccination status and proof of a negative rapid antigen or RT-PCR test taken 24 to 48 hours prior to arrival.
    Further information on the BVI restrictions can be found at the website of the Government of the Virgin Islands, including any 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. Premises will only allow entry if you are wearing a face mask. Event organisers are required to ensure there is no more than one person per nine square feet at events, unless otherwise approved by the Ministry of Health and Social Development.
    Nightclubs are open to fully vaccinated and partially vaccinated individuals. You will need to provide proof of your vaccination status on entry. Partially vaccinated individuals will also need to provide proof of a negative rapid antigen test taken within the last 7 days.
    Beaches are open.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19, you may need to stay where you are until you test negative. You may also need to seek treatment there.

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    07.01.2022
  • British Virgin Islands Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to the British Virgin Islands: Entry by air to the Territory is only permitted through the T B Lettsome International Airport.
    Travellers who have been fully vaccinated, with the second dose of a World Health Organization approved vaccine administered at least 14 days before travel, can also enter the BVI by sea through the Road Town Jetty; Soper’s Hole Dock, West End; Great Harbour, Jost Van Dyke; or Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda.
    Partially vaccinated travellers (those that have received one dose of a two-dose vaccine, or whose second dose was administered less than two weeks before arriving in the Territory) and unvaccinated travellers are only permitted to enter the BVI through the Road Town Jetty and the T B Lettsome International Airport.
    Everyone (including children) entering the Territory will be subject to temperature checks on arrival.
    *Testing and quarantine requirements: On arrival, all fully vaccinated adults must:
    • show proof of a negative test result
    • show proof of vaccination status
    • show proof of travel insurance with minimum approved coverage for quarantine accommodation costs, medical repatriation and COVID-19 medical costs, including hospitalisation, doctor’s visits and prescriptions
    Fully vaccinated adults who have completed a rapid antigen test or RT-PCR test within 48 hours prior to arrival are exempt from entry testing and portal requirements. The type of test taken should be guided by the entry requirements of any country transited en route to the BVI.
    Fully vaccinated adults who have taken a rapid antigen or RT-PCR test after 48 hours, but within 5 days prior to arrival must also:
    • pre-register for a rapid antigen test using the Hummingbird portal for your point of entry:
    West End Ferry Terminal
    Road Town Ferry Terminal
    Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport
    • Take a rapid antigen test upon arrival at a cost $50 and receive a negative result.
    *Partially vaccinated and unvaccinated adults and unaccompanied children must:
    • register for a BVI Gateway Traveller Authorisation Certificate at a cost of $175.00
    obtain approval from the Environmental Health Division if quarantining in a private residence, hotel or vessel 5-7 days prior to travel
    • show proof of a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test taken 3 to 5 days prior to arrival. Partially vaccinated travellers will also need to show proof of their vaccination status
    • show proof of travel insurance with minimum approved coverage for quarantine accommodation costs, medical repatriation and COVID-19 medical costs, including hospitalisation, doctor’s visits and prescriptions
    • take a RT-PCR test upon arrival
    • quarantine for 4 days (partially vaccinated travellers) or seven days (unvaccinated travellers) if you receive a negative test result on arrival. Travellers will be able to end their quarantine if they receive a negative RT-PCR test result on day 4 (partially vaccinated travellers) or day 7 (unvaccinated travellers). Please note that your arrival date is day 0.
    For information on testing and quarantine requirements for accompanied children
    Any traveller who tests positive for COVID-19 on arrival will be required to quarantine for 14 days. Travellers will be able to end their quarantine if they receive a negative RT-PCR test result on day 14. Please note that your arrival date is day 0.
    Where people are travelling in mixed groups, if there are unvaccinated or partially vaccinated adults in the group, all of the group will be quarantined for seven or four days respectively.
    *Testing and quarantine requirements for accompanied children: Children aged 5 to 17 should follow the same testing and quarantine requirements as their parents/guardians. All children aged 5 to 17 will be tested on entry, even when accompanied by fully vaccinated parents/guardians that are exempt from entry testing requirements.
    Children aged 4 and below must follow the same quarantine requirements as their parents/guardians but there are no testing requirements.
    Further information can be found at the website of the Government of the Virgin Islands
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 status: The British Virgin Islands will accept the proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record . Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in the British Virgin Islands: 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. Ferries are allowed to operate with up to 65 people at a time. Commercial ferries to and from the US Virgin Islands are operating on a restricted schedule of three return journeys per day.
    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.
    From 01 November, foreign-based charter companies must obtain authorisation to operate in BVI’s territorial waters.
    *Cruise passengers: Fully vaccinated passengers with a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test or a negative rapid antigen test are permitted to move freely throughout the Territory, subject to adhering to the relevant COVID-19 protocols in the Territory. You will need to provide proof of your vaccination status and proof of a negative rapid antigen or RT-PCR test taken 24 to 48 hours prior to arrival.
    Further information on the BVI restrictions can be found at the website of the Government of the Virgin Islands, including any 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. Premises will only allow entry if you are wearing a face mask. Event organisers are required to ensure there is no more than one person per nine square feet at events, unless otherwise approved by the Ministry of Health and Social Development.
    Nightclubs are open to fully vaccinated and partially vaccinated individuals. You will need to provide proof of your vaccination status on entry. Partially vaccinated individuals will also need to provide proof of a negative rapid antigen test taken within the last 7 days.
    Beaches are open.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19, you may need to stay where you are until you test negative. You may also need to seek treatment there.

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    30.11.2021
  • British Virgin Islands Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to the British Virgin Islands: Entry by air to the Territory is only permitted through the T B Lettsome International Airport.
    Travellers who have been fully vaccinated, with the second dose of a World Health Organization approved vaccine administered at least 14 days before travel, can also enter the BVI by sea through the Road Town Jetty; Soper’s Hole Dock, West End; Great Harbour, Jost Van Dyke; or Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda.
    Partially vaccinated travellers (those that have received one dose of a two-dose vaccine, or whose second vaccine dose was administered less than two weeks before arriving in the Territory) and unvaccinated travellers are only permitted to enter the BVI through the Road Town Jetty and the T B Lettsome International Airport.
    Everyone (including children) entering the Territory will be subject to temperature checks and testing on arrival.
    *Testing and quarantine requirements: Fully vaccinated adults and unaccompanied children must:
    • pre-register for a rapid antigen test using the Hummingbird portal for your point of entry:
    West End Ferry Terminal
    Road Town Ferry Terminal
    Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport
    • show proof of a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test or a negative rapid antigen test taken within 48 hours prior to arrival. The type of test taken should be guided by the entry requirements of any country transited en route to the BVI
    • show proof of vaccination status
    • show proof of travel insurance with minimum approved coverage for quarantine accommodation costs, medical repatriation and COVID-19 medical costs, including hospitalisation, doctor’s visits and prescriptions
    • if for any reason proof of a negative test is not available, take a rapid COVID-19 test upon arrival at a cost of $50 and receive a negative result
    Partially vaccinated and unvaccinated adults and unaccompanied children must:
    • register for a BVI Gateway Traveller Authorisation Certificate at a cost of $175.00
    • show proof of a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test taken 3 to 5 days prior to arrival. Partially vaccinated travellers will also need to show proof of their vaccination status
    • take a RT-PCR COVID-19 test upon arrival
    • show proof of travel insurance with minimum approved coverage for quarantine accommodation costs, medical repatriation and COVID-19 medical costs, including hospitalisation, doctor’s visits and prescriptions
    • quarantine for four days (partially vaccinated travellers) or seven days (unvaccinated travellers)
    • take a RT-PCR COVID-19 test on day 4 (partially vaccinated travellers) or day 7 (unvaccinated travellers). Travellers will be able to end their quarantine if they receive a negative test result
    • obtain approval from the Environmental Health Division if quarantining in a private residence, hotel or vessel
    For information on testing and quarantine requirements for accompanied children, see below.
    Where people are travelling in mixed groups, unvaccinated and partially vaccinated individuals will need to quarantine upon arrival whilst vaccinated individuals in the group will not be subject to quarantine measures providing they test negative on arrival.
    *Testing and quarantine requirements for accompanied children: Children aged 5 to 17 are required to follow the same testing and quarantine requirements as their parents/guardians.
    Children aged 4 and below must follow the same quarantine requirements as their parents/guardians but there are no testing requirements.
    Further information can be found at the website of the Government of the Virgin Islands
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 status: The British Virgin Islands will accept the proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in the British Virgin Islands: 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. Ferries are allowed to operate with up to 65 people at a time. Commercial ferries to and from the US Virgin Islands are operating on a restricted schedule of three return journeys per day.
    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.
    From 01 November, foreign-based charter companies must obtain authorisation
    to operate in BVI’s territorial waters.
    *Cruise passengers: If the BVI is the first port of entry, fully vaccinated passengers with a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test or a negative rapid antigen test are permitted to move freely throughout the Territory. Where the BVI is not the first port of entry, fully vaccinated passengers on Cruise Lines that offer a rapid COVID-19 test within 24 hours of arrival will be permitted to move freely within the Territory after receiving a negative test result.
    Further information on the BVI restrictions can be found at the website of the Government of the Virgin Islands, including any 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. Premises will only allow entry if you are wearing a face mask. Event organisers are required to ensure there is no more than one person per nine square feet at events, unless otherwise approved by the Ministry of Health and Social Development.
    Nightclubs are open to fully vaccinated and partially vaccinated individuals. You will need to provide proof of your vaccination status on entry. Partially vaccinated individuals will also need to provide proof of a negative rapid COVID-19 test taken within the last 7 days.
    Beaches are open.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19, you may need to stay where you are until you test negative. You may also need to seek treatment there.

    Read more
    18.11.2021
  • British Virgin Islands Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to the British Virgin Islands: Entry by air to the Territory is only permitted through the T B Lettsome International Airport. Travellers who have been fully vaccinated, with the second dose of a World Health Organization approved vaccine administered at least 14 days before travel, can also enter the BVI by sea through the Road Town Jetty; Soper’s Hole Dock, West End; Great Harbour, Jost Van Dyke; or Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda.
    Partially vaccinated travellers (those that have received one dose of a two-dose vaccine, or whose second vaccine dose was administered less than two weeks before arriving in the Territory) and unvaccinated travellers are only permitted to enter the BVI through the Road Town Jetty and the T B Lettsome International Airport.
    Everyone (including children) entering the Territory will be subject to temperature checks and testing on arrival.
    *Testing and quarantine requirements: Fully vaccinated adults and unaccompanied children must:
    pre-register for a rapid antigen test using the Hummingbird portal for your point of entry:
    West End Ferry Terminal
    Road Town Ferry Terminal
    Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport
    • show proof of a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test or a negative rapid antigen test taken within 5 days prior to arrival. The type of test taken should be guided by the entry requirements of any country transited en route to the BVI
    • show proof of vaccination status
    • take a rapid COVID-19 test upon arrival at a cost of $50 and receive a negative result
    • show proof of travel insurance with minimum approved coverage for quarantine accommodation costs, medical repatriation and COVID-19 medical costs, including hospitalisation, doctor’s visits and prescriptions
    Partially vaccinated and unvaccinated adults and unaccompanied children must:
    • register for a BVI Gateway Traveller Authorisation Certificate at a cost of $175.00
    • show proof of a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test taken 3 to 5 days prior to arrival. Partially vaccinated travellers will also need to show proof of their vaccination status
    • take a RT-PCR COVID-19 test upon arrival
    • show proof of travel insurance with minimum approved coverage for quarantine accommodation costs, medical repatriation and COVID-19 medical costs, including hospitalisation, doctor’s visits and prescriptions
    • quarantine for four days (partially vaccinated travellers) or seven days (unvaccinated travellers)
    • take a RT-PCR COVID-19 test on day 4 (partially vaccinated travellers) or day 7 (unvaccinated travellers). Travellers will be able to end their quarantine if they receive a negative test result
    • obtain approval from the Environmental Health Division if quarantining in a private residence, hotel or vessel.
    For information on testing and quarantine requirements for accompanied children, see below.
    Where people are travelling in mixed groups, unvaccinated and partially vaccinated individuals will need to quarantine upon arrival whilst vaccinated individuals in the group will not be subject to quarantine measures providing they test negative on arrival.
    *Testing and quarantine requirements for accompanied children: Children aged 5 to 17 are required to follow the same testing and quarantine requirements as their parents/guardians. See Testing and quarantine requirements.
    Children aged 4 and below must follow the same quarantine requirements as their parents/guardians but there are no testing requirements. Further information can be found at the website of the Government of the Virgin Islands
    Demonstrating your COVID-19 status: The British Virgin Islands will accept the proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in the British Virgin Islands: 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. Ferries are allowed to operate with up to 65 people at a time. Commercial ferries to and from the US Virgin Islands are operating on a restricted schedule of three return journeys per day.
    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.
    From 01 November, foreign-based charter companies must obtain authorisation
    to operate in BVI’s territorial waters.
    *Cruise passengers: If the BVI is the first port of entry, fully vaccinated passengers with a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test or a negative rapid antigen test are permitted to move freely throughout the Territory. Where the BVI is not the first port of entry, fully vaccinated passengers on Cruise Lines that offer a rapid COVID-19 test within 24 hours of arrival will be permitted to move freely within the Territory after receiving a negative test result.
    Further information on the BVI restrictions can be found at the website of the Government of the Virgin Islands, including any 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. Premises will only allow entry if you are wearing a face mask. Event organisers are required to ensure there is no more than one person per nine square feet at events, unless otherwise approved by the Ministry of Health and Social Development.
    Nightclubs are open to fully vaccinated and partially vaccinated individuals. You will need to provide proof of your vaccination status on entry. Partially vaccinated individuals will also need to provide proof of a negative rapid COVID-19 test taken within the last 7 days.
    Beaches are open.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19, you may need to stay where you are until you test negative. You may also need to seek treatment there.

    Read more
    02.11.2021
  • British Virgin Islands Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to the British Virgin Islands: Entry by air to the Territory is only permitted through the T B Lettsome International Airport. Travellers who have been fully vaccinated, with the second dose of a World Health Organization approved vaccine administered at least 14 days before travel, can also enter the BVI by sea through the Road Town Jetty; Soper’s Hole Dock, West End; Great Harbour, Jost Van Dyke; or Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda.
    Partially vaccinated travellers (those that have received one dose of a two-dose vaccine, or whose second vaccine dose was administered less than two weeks before arriving in the Territory) and unvaccinated travellers are only permitted to enter the BVI through the Road Town Jetty and the T B Lettsome International Airport.
    Everyone (including children) entering the Territory will be subject to temperature checks and testing on arrival.
    *Testing and quarantine requirements: Fully vaccinated adults and unaccompanied children must:
    pre-register for a rapid antigen test using the Hummingbird portal for your point of entry:
    West End Ferry Terminal
    Road Town Ferry Terminal
    Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport
    • show proof of a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test or a negative rapid antigen test taken within 5 days prior to arrival. The type of test taken should be guided by the entry requirements of any country transited en route to the BVI
    • show proof of vaccination status
    • take a rapid COVID-19 test upon arrival at a cost of $50 and receive a negative result
    • show proof of travel insurance with minimum approved coverage for quarantine accommodation costs, medical repatriation and COVID-19 medical costs, including hospitalisation, doctor’s visits and prescriptions
    Partially vaccinated and unvaccinated adults and unaccompanied children must:
    • register for a BVI Gateway Traveller Authorisation Certificate at a cost of $175.00
    • show proof of a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test taken 3 to 5 days prior to arrival. Partially vaccinated travellers will also need to show proof of their vaccination status
    • take a RT-PCR COVID-19 test upon arrival
    • show proof of travel insurance with minimum approved coverage for quarantine accommodation costs, medical repatriation and COVID-19 medical costs, including hospitalisation, doctor’s visits and prescriptions
    • quarantine for four days (partially vaccinated travellers) or seven days (unvaccinated travellers)
    • take a RT-PCR COVID-19 test on day 4 (partially vaccinated travellers) or day 7 (unvaccinated travellers). Travellers will be able to end their quarantine if they receive a negative test result
    • obtain approval from the Environmental Health Division if quarantining in a private residence, hotel or vessel.
    For information on testing and quarantine requirements for accompanied children, see below.
    Where people are travelling in mixed groups, unvaccinated and partially vaccinated individuals will need to quarantine upon arrival whilst vaccinated individuals in the group will not be subject to quarantine measures providing they test negative on arrival.
    *Testing and quarantine requirements for accompanied children: Children aged 5 to 17 are required to follow the same testing and quarantine requirements as their parents/guardians. See Testing and quarantine requirements.
    Children aged 4 and below must follow the same quarantine requirements as their parents/guardians but there are no testing requirements. Further information can be found at the website of the Government of the Virgin Islands
    Demonstrating your COVID-19 status: The British Virgin Islands will accept the proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in the British Virgin Islands: 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. Ferries are allowed to operate with up to 65 people at a time. 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 two return journeys per day.
    Further information on the BVI restrictions can be found at the website of the Government of the Virgin Islands, including any 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. Premises will only allow entry if you are wearing a face mask.
    Nightclubs are open to fully vaccinated and partially vaccinated individuals. You will need to provide proof of your vaccination status on entry. Partially vaccinated individuals will also need to provide proof of a negative rapid COVID-19 test taken within the last 7 days. Beaches are open.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19, you may need to stay where you are until you test negative. You may also need to seek treatment there.

    Read more
    19.10.2021
  • British Virgin Islands Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to the British Virgin Islands: Entry by air to the Territory is only permitted through the T B Lettsome International Airport. Travellers who have been fully vaccinated, with the second dose of a World Health Organization approved vaccine administered at least 14 days before travel, can also enter the BVI by sea through the Road Town Jetty; Soper’s Hole Dock, West End; Great Harbour, Jost Van Dyke; or Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda.
    Partially vaccinated travellers (those that have received one dose of a two-dose vaccine, or whose second vaccine dose was administered less than two weeks before arriving in the Territory) and unvaccinated travellers are only permitted to enter the BVI through the Road Town Jetty and the T B Lettsome International Airport.
    Everyone (including children) entering the Territory will be subject to temperature checks and testing on arrival.
    *Testing and quarantine requirements: Fully vaccinated adults and unaccompanied children must:
    pre-register for a rapid antigen test using the Hummingbird portal for your point of entry:
    West End Ferry Terminal
    Road Town Ferry Terminal
    Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport
    • show proof of a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test or a negative rapid antigen test taken within 5 days prior to arrival. The type of test taken should be guided by the entry requirements of any country transited en route to the BVI
    • show proof of vaccination status
    • take a rapid COVID-19 test upon arrival at a cost of $50 and receive a negative result
    • show proof of travel insurance with minimum approved coverage for quarantine accommodation costs, medical repatriation and COVID-19 medical costs, including hospitalisation, doctor’s visits and prescriptions
    Partially vaccinated and unvaccinated adults and unaccompanied children must:
    • register for a BVI Gateway Traveller Authorisation Certificate at a cost of $175.00
    • show proof of a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test taken 3 to 5 days prior to arrival. Partially vaccinated travellers will also need to show proof of their vaccination status
    • take a RT-PCR COVID-19 test upon arrival
    • show proof of travel insurance with minimum approved coverage for quarantine accommodation costs, medical repatriation and COVID-19 medical costs, including hospitalisation, doctor’s visits and prescriptions
    • quarantine for four days (partially vaccinated travellers) or seven days (unvaccinated travellers)
    • take a RT-PCR COVID-19 test on day 4 (partially vaccinated travellers) or day 7 (unvaccinated travellers). Travellers will be able to end their quarantine if they receive a negative test result
    • obtain approval from the Environmental Health Division if quarantining in a private residence, hotel or vessel.
    For information on testing and quarantine requirements for accompanied children, see below.
    Where people are travelling in mixed groups, unvaccinated and partially vaccinated individuals will need to quarantine upon arrival whilst vaccinated individuals in the group will not be subject to quarantine measures providing they test negative on arrival.
    *Testing and quarantine requirements for accompanied children: Children aged 5 to 17 are required to follow the same testing and quarantine requirements as their parents/guardians. See Testing and quarantine requirements.
    Children aged 4 and below must follow the same quarantine requirements as their parents/guardians but there are no testing requirements. Further information can be found at the website of the Government of the Virgin Islands
    Demonstrating your COVID-19 status: The British Virgin Islands will accept the proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in the British Virgin Islands: A daily curfew is in place between the hours of 1am and 5am. 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. Ferries are allowed to operate with up to 65 people at a time. 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 two return journeys 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. Further information on the BVI restrictions can be found at the website of the Government of the Virgin Islands, including any 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. Premises will only allow entry if you are wearing a face mask. Workplaces and social gatherings are limited to one person per 36 square feet and a maximum of 50 people. Faith-based organisations, weddings and funerals are limited to one person per 36 square feet and a maximum of 100 people.
    Nightclubs are open to fully vaccinated and partially vaccinated individuals. You will need to provide proof of your vaccination status on entry. Partially vaccinated individuals will also need to provide proof of a negative rapid COVID-19 test taken within the last 7 days.
    Beaches are open.

    Read more
    07.10.2021
  • British Virgin Islands Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to the British Virgin Islands: Entry by air to the Territory is only permitted through the T B Lettsome International Airport.
    Travellers who have been fully vaccinated, with the second dose of a World Health Organization approved vaccine administered at least 14 days before travel, can also enter the BVI by sea through the Road Town Jetty or Soper’s Hole Dock, West End.
    Partially vaccinated travellers (those that have received one dose of a two-dose vaccine, or whose second vaccine dose was administered less than two weeks before arriving in the Territory) and unvaccinated travellers are only permitted to enter the BVI through the Road Town Jetty and the T B Lettsome International Airport.

    Everyone (including children) entering the Territory will be subject to temperature checks and testing on arrival.
    *Testing and quarantine requirements: Fully vaccinated travellers must:
    • pre-register for a rapid antigen test using the Hummingbird portal for your point of entry:
    West End Ferry Terminal
    Road Town Ferry Terminal
    Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport
    • show proof of a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test or a negative rapid antigen test taken within 5 days prior to arrival. The type of test taken should be guided by the entry requirements of any country transited en route to the BVI
    • show proof of vaccination status
    • take a rapid COVID-19 test upon arrival at a cost of $50 and receive a negative result
    • show proof of travel insurance with minimum approved coverage for quarantine accommodation costs, medical repatriation and COVID-19 medical costs, including hospitalisation, doctor’s visits and prescriptions
    *Partially vaccinated and unvaccinated travellers must:
    • register for a BVI Gateway Traveller Authorisation Certificate at a cost of $175.00
    • show proof of a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test taken 3 to 5 days prior to arrival

    • take a RT-PCR COVID-19 test upon arrival
    • show proof of travel insurance with minimum approved coverage for quarantine accommodation costs, medical repatriation and COVID-19 medical costs, including hospitalisation, doctor’s visits and prescriptions

    • quarantine for four days (partially vaccinated travellers) or seven days (unvaccinated travellers)
    • take a RT-PCR COVID-19 test on day 4 (partially vaccinated travellers) or day 7 (unvaccinated travellers). Travellers will be able to end their quarantine if they receive a negative test result
    On entry, partially vaccinated travellers will also need to show proof if their vaccination status and get approval from the Environmental Health Division if quarantining in a private residence, hotel or vessel.
    Where people are travelling in mixed groups, unvaccinated and partially vaccinated individuals will need to quarantine upon arrival whilst vaccinated individuals in the group will not be subject to quarantine measures.
    Where persons are travelling with one or more unvaccinated or partially vaccinated children aged 5 to 17, children will be required to:
    • show proof of a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test taken 3 to 5 days prior to arrival
    • be tested on arrival
    • remain with their parents/guardians while awaiting their test results
    • follow the same quarantine measures as their parents/guardians
    Further information can be found at the website of the Government of the Virgin Islands
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 status: The British Virgin Islands will accept the proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record. Your appointment card from vaccination centers is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in the British Virgin Islands: A daily curfew is in place between the hours of 1am and 5am. 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. Ferries are allowed to operate with up to 65 people at a time. 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 two return journeys 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 any 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. Business are allowed to operate with the exception of nightclubs and entertainment centres. Occupancy is limited to one person per 36 square feet and a maximum of 50 people. Beaches are open. Social gatherings are limited to one person per 36 square feet and a maximum of 50 people. Faith-based organisations, weddings and funerals are limited to one person per 36 square feet and a maximum of 100 people.

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    01.10.2021
  • British Virgin Islands Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to the British Virgin Islands: Entry by air to the Territory is only permitted through the T B Lettsome International Airport.
    Travellers who have been fully vaccinated, with the final dose administered at least 14 days before travel, can enter the BVI by sea through the Road Town Jetty; Soper’s Hole Dock, West End; Dog Hole Dock, Jost Van Dyke; and St Thomas Bay Dock, Virgin Gorda.
    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) are only permitted to enter the BVI through the Road Town Jetty and the T B Lettsome International Airport.
    Everyone (including children) entering the Territory will be subject to pre-approval and testing and quarantine protocols.
    *Testing/screening on arrival: People who have been fully vaccinated (those whose final dose was administered at least 14 days before travel) will require:
    • BVI Gateway Traveller Authorisation Certificate at a cost of $35.00
    • proof of a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test or a negative rapid antigen test taken within 5 days prior to arrival. The type of test taken should be guided by the entry requirements of any country transited en route to the BVI
    • proof of vaccination status
    • a rapid COVID-19 negative test upon arrival at a cost of $50
    Where fully vaccinated persons are travelling with one or more unvaccinated children:
    • children aged 5-17 will be tested on arrival
    • children will remain with their parents/guardians while awaiting their test results
    • children will be required to return to a testing centre for a further test on day four
    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 within 5 days prior to arrival
    • proof of vaccination status
    • RT-PCR COVID-19 negative test upon arrival
    • a four day quarantine period
    • 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 to 5 days before arrival
    • RT-PCR COVID-19 negative test upon arrival
    • a seven day quarantine period
    • RT-PCR COVID-19 negative test on day 7
    Where people are travelling in mixed groups, unvaccinated individuals will need to quarantine for seven days upon arrival whilst vaccinated individuals in the group will not be subject to quarantine measures.
    Further information can be found at the website of the Government of the Virgin Islands
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 vaccination status: Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in the British Virgin Islands: A daily curfew is in place between the hours of 1am and 5am. 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. Ferries are allowed to operate with up to 65 people at a time. 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 two return journeys 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 any 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. Business are allowed to operate with the exception of nightclubs and entertainment centres. Occupancy is limited to one person per 36 square feet and a maximum of 50 people. Beaches are open. Social gatherings are limited to one person per 36 square feet and a maximum of 50 people. Faith-based organisations, weddings and funerals are limited to one person per 36 square feet and a maximum of 100 people.

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    29.09.2021
  • British Virgin Islands Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to the British Virgin Islands: Entry by air to the Territory is only permitted through the T B Lettsome International Airport.
    Travellers who have been fully vaccinated, with the final dose administered at least 14 days before travel, can enter the BVI by sea through the Road Town Jetty; Soper’s Hole Dock, West End; Dog Hole Dock, Jost Van Dyke; and St Thomas Bay Dock, Virgin Gorda.
    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) are only permitted to enter the BVI through the Road Town Jetty and the T B Lettsome International Airport.
    Everyone (including children) entering the Territory will be subject to pre-approval and testing and quarantine protocols.
    *Testing/screening on arrival: People who have been fully vaccinated (those whose final dose was administered at least 14 days before travel) will require:
    • BVI Gateway Traveller Authorisation Certificate at a cost of $35.00
    • proof of a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test or a negative rapid antigen test taken within 5 days prior to arrival. The type of test taken should be guided by the entry requirements of any country transited en route to the BVI
    • proof of vaccination status
    • a rapid COVID-19 negative test upon arrival at a cost of $50
    Where fully vaccinated persons are travelling with one or more unvaccinated children:
    • children aged 5-17 will be tested on arrival
    • children will remain with their parents/guardians while awaiting their test results
    • children will be required to return to a testing centre for a further test on day four
    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 within 5 days prior to arrival
    • proof of vaccination status
    • RT-PCR COVID-19 negative test upon arrival
    • a four day quarantine period
    • 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 to 5 days before arrival
    • RT-PCR COVID-19 negative test upon arrival
    • a seven day quarantine period
    • RT-PCR COVID-19 negative test on day 7
    Where people are travelling in mixed groups, unvaccinated individuals will need to quarantine for seven days upon arrival whilst vaccinated individuals in the group will not be subject to quarantine measures.
    Further information can be found at the website of the Government of the Virgin Islands
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 vaccination status: Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in the British Virgin Islands: A daily curfew is in place between the hours of 11pm and 5am.
    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. Ferries are allowed to operate with up to 65 people at a time. 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 two return journeys 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 any 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.
    Business are allowed to operate with the exception of nightclubs and entertainment centres. Occupancy is limited to one person per 36 square feet and a maximum of 50 people.
    Beaches are open. Social gatherings are limited to one person per 36 square feet and a maximum of 50 people. Faith-based organisations, weddings and funerals are limited to one person per 36 square feet and a maximum of 100 people.

    Read more
    07.09.2021
  • British Virgin Islands Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to the British Virgin Islands: Entry by air to the Territory is only permitted through the T B Lettsome International Airport.
    Effective 15 June, travellers who have been fully vaccinated with the final dose administered at least 14 days before travel can enter the BVI by sea through the Road Town Jetty; Soper’s Hole Dock, West End; Dog Hole Dock, Jost Van Dyke; and St Thomas Bay Dock, Virgin Gorda.
    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) are only permitted to enter the BVI through the Road Town Jetty and the T B Lettsome International Airport.
    Everyone entering the Territory will be subject to pre-approval and testing and quarantine protocols.
    *Testing/screening on arrival: From 12 July, travellers who have been fully vaccinated with the final dose administered at least 14 days before travel will be subject to a rapid COVID-19 test upon arrival at a cost of $50. 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 $35.00;
    • Proof of a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test taken within 5 days prior to arrival;
    • Proof of vaccination status
    • From 12 July, a rapid COVID-19 negative test upon arrival at a cost of $50
    Where fully vaccinated persons are travelling with one or more unvaccinated children:
    • Children aged 5-17 will be tested on arrival;
    • Children will remain with their parents/guardians while awaiting their test results;
    • Unvaccinated children will be required to return to a testing centre for a further test on day four.
    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 travelling in mixed groups with some individuals unvaccinated, those individuals will need to quarantine for seven days upon arrival whilst vaccinated individuals in the group will not be subject to quarantine measures.
    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 subject 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

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in the British Virgin Islands: A daily curfew is in place between the hours of 11pm and 5am.
    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. Ferries are allowed to operate with up to 65 people at a time. 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 two return journeys 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 any 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.
    Business are allowed to operate with the exception of nightclubs and entertainment centres. Occupancy is limited to one person per 36 square feet and a maximum of 50 people.
    Beaches are open. Social gatherings are limited to one person per 36 square feet and a maximum of 50 people. Faith-based organisations, weddings and funerals are limited to one person per 36 square feet and a maximum of 100 people.

    Read more
    09.08.2021
  • British Virgin Islands Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to the British Virgin Islands: Entry by air to the Territory is only permitted through the T B Lettsome International Airport.
    Effective 15 June, travellers who have been fully vaccinated with the final dose administered at least 14 days before travel can enter the BVI by sea through the Road Town Jetty; Soper’s Hole Dock, West End; Dog Hole Dock, Jost Van Dyke; and St Thomas Bay Dock, Virgin Gorda.
    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) are only permitted to enter the BVI through the Road Town Jetty and the T B Lettsome International Airport.
    Everyone entering the Territory will be subject to pre-approval and testing and quarantine protocols.
    *Testing/screening on arrival: From 12 July, travellers who have been fully vaccinated with the final dose administered at least 14 days before travel will be subject to a rapid COVID-19 test upon arrival at a cost of $50. 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 $35.00;
    • Proof of a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test taken within 5 days prior to arrival;
    • Proof of vaccination status
    • From 12 July, a rapid COVID-19 negative test upon arrival at a cost of $50
    Where fully vaccinated persons are travelling with one or more unvaccinated children:
    • Children aged 5-17 will be tested on arrival;
    • Children will remain with their parents/guardians while awaiting their test results;
    • Unvaccinated children will be required to return to a testing centre for a further test on day four.
    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 travelling in mixed groups with some individuals unvaccinated, those individuals will need to quarantine for seven days upon arrival whilst vaccinated individuals in the group will not be subject to quarantine measures.
    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 subject 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

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in the British Virgin Islands: A daily curfew is in place between the hours of 7pm and 5am. 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. Ferries are allowed to operate with up to 65 people at a time. 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 two return journeys 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 any 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. Bars, clubs and entertainment establishments are closed. Restaurants are limited to take out services only.
    Beaches are open. Social gatherings, including faith-based organisations, weddings and funerals are limited to 25 people.
    All other businesses and/ or workplaces are allowed to operate with up to 65 people, subject to adequate social distancing measures being maintained. However, people who can work from home are advised to do so.

    Read more
    11.07.2021
  • British Virgin Islands Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to the British Virgin Islands: Entry by air to the Territory is only permitted through the T B Lettsome International Airport.
    Effective 15 June, travellers who have been fully vaccinated with the final dose administered at least 14 days before travel can enter the BVI by sea through the Road Town Jetty; Soper’s Hole Dock, West End; Dog Hole Dock, Jost Van Dyke; and St Thomas Bay Dock, Virgin Gorda.
    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) are only permitted to enter the BVI through the Road Town Jetty and the T B Lettsome International Airport.
    Everyone entering the Territory will be subject to pre-approval and testing and quarantine protocols.
    *Testing/screening on arrival: From 12 July, travellers who have been fully vaccinated with the final dose administered at least 14 days before travel will be subject to a rapid COVID-19 test upon arrival at a cost of $50. 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 $35.00;
    • Proof of a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test taken within 5 days prior to arrival;
    • Proof of vaccination status
    • From 12 July, a rapid COVID-19 negative test upon arrival at a cost of $50
    Where fully vaccinated persons are travelling with one or more unvaccinated children:
    • Children aged 5-17 will be tested on arrival;
    • Children will remain with their parents/guardians while awaiting their test results;
    • Unvaccinated children will be required to return to a testing centre for a further test on day four.
    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 travelling in mixed groups with some individuals unvaccinated, those individuals will need to quarantine for seven days upon arrival whilst vaccinated individuals in the group will not be subject to quarantine measures.
    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 subject 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

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in the British Virgin Islands: A daily curfew is in place between the hours of 11pm and 5am.
    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. Ferries are allowed to operate with up to 65 people at a time. 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 two return journeys 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 any 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.
    Bars, clubs and entertainment establishments are closed. Restaurants are limited to 25 people indoors.
    Beaches are open. Social gatherings, including faith-based organisations, weddings and funerals are limited to 25 people.
    All other businesses and/ or workplaces are allowed to operate with up to 65 people, subject to adequate social distancing measures being maintained.

    Read more
    06.07.2021
  • British Virgin Islands Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to the British Virgin Islands: Entry by air to the Territory is only permitted through the T B Lettsome International Airport.
    Effective 15 June, travellers who have been fully vaccinated with the final dose administered at least 14 days before travel can enter the BVI by sea through the Road Town Jetty; Soper’s Hole Dock, West End; Dog Hole Dock, Jost Van Dyke; and St Thomas Bay Dock, Virgin Gorda.
    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) are only permitted to enter the BVI through the Road Town Jetty and the T B Lettsome International Airport.
    Everyone entering the Territory will be subject to pre-approval and testing and quarantine protocols.
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 vaccination status: Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.
    *Testing/screening on arrival: Effective 15 June, all travellers who have been fully vaccinated with the final dose administered at least 14 days before travel will not be subject to an RT-PCR test on arrival or any period of quarantine unless ordered to do so by a Quarantine Officer as a result of entry screening. 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 $35.00;
    • Proof of a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test taken within 5 days prior to arrival;
    • Proof of vaccination status.
    Where fully vaccinated persons are travelling with one or more unvaccinated children:
    • Children aged 5-17 will be tested on arrival;
    • Children will remain with their parents/guardians while awaiting their test results;
    • Unvaccinated children will be required to return to a testing centre for a further test on day four.
    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 travelling in mixed groups with some individuals unvaccinated, those individuals will need to quarantine for seven days upon arrival whilst vaccinated individuals in the group will not be subject to quarantine measures.
    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 subject 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.


    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.

    Read more
    24.06.2021
  • British Virgin Islands Latest News:

    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.

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    14.05.2021
  • British Virgin Islands Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to the British Virgin Islands: Entry by air to the Territory is only permitted through the T B Lettsome International Airport. A daily ferry service from the USVI is operating to Road Town only. Everyone entering the Territory will be subject to pre-approval and testing and quarantine protocols.
    *Testing / screening on arrival: All travellers except those travelling from the UK, the Dominican Republic, South Africa and Brazil including residents, belongers, work permit holders and tourists will be subject 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 COVID-19 negative test within five days prior to arrival for all travellers from all countries
    • A test on arrival, which if negative, allows controlled movement within the confines of an approved property or vessel for four days
    • A further test after the four days which if negative, allows full movement within the Territory
    • A positive test at any time after arrival will result in a mandatory 14 day quarantine
    • All arriving passengers will be issued with and required to wear a tracking bracelet for at least 8 days
    • 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.
    All persons permitted to travel from the UK, the Dominican Republic, South Africa 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.


    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.

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    27.04.2021
  • British Virgin Islands Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to the British Virgin Islands: Entry to the Territory is only permitted through the T B Lettsome International Airport. Ferry ports for vessels from outside of the Territory are due to re-open on 15 April 2021. Everyone entering the Territory will be subject to pre-approval and testing and quarantine protocols.
    *Testing / screening on arrival: All travellers except those travelling from the UK, the Dominican Republic, South Africa and Brazil including residents, belongers, work permit holders and tourists 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 COVID-19 negative test within five days prior to arrival for all travellers from all countries
    • A test on arrival, which if negative, allows controlled movement within the confines of an approved property or vessel for four days
    • A further test after the four days which if negative, allows full movement within the Territory
    • A positive test at any time after arrival will result in a mandatory 14 day quarantine
    • All arriving passengers will be issued with and required to wear a tracking bracelet for at least 8 days
    • 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
    All persons permitted to travel from the UK, the Dominican Republic, South Africa 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<>br
    • 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.


    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 75 people, but faith-based services including weddings and funerals are permitted to have a maximum of 100 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 suspended.
    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.

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    09.04.2021
  • British Virgin Islands Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to the British Virgin Islands: Entry to the Territory is only permitted through the T B Lettsome International Airport. Ferry ports for vessels from outside of the Territory are due to re-open on 15 April 2021. Everyone entering the Territory will be subject to pre-approval and testing and quarantine protocols.
    *Testing / screening on arrival: All travellers except those travelling from the UK, the Dominican Republic, South Africa and Brazil including residents, belongers, work permit holders and tourists 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 COVID-19 negative test within five days prior to arrival for all travellers from all countries
    • A test on arrival, which if negative, allows controlled movement within the confines of an approved property or vessel for four days
    • A further test after the four days which if negative, allows full movement within the Territory
    • A positive test at any time after arrival will result in a mandatory 14 day quarantine
    • All arriving passengers will be issued with and required to wear a tracking bracelet for at least 8 days
    • 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
    All persons permitted to travel from the UK, the Dominican Republic, South Africa 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<>br
    • 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.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in the British Virgin Islands: A daily curfew is in place between the hours of 2am and 5am. All businesses are allowed to operate, subject to social distancing measures being in place. Beaches are open. Gatherings are restricted to 100 people, but faith-based services including weddings and funerals are permitted to have a maximum of 200 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 suspended.
    BVI territorial waters are open to all internal traffic from 5am to 10pm, 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.

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    16.03.2021
  • British Virgin Islands Latest News: Government of British Virgin Islands imposes ban on all tourist-related travels from Dominican Republic; restrictions reported include U.K. (Jamaica-Gleaner.com, 11.01.2021)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to the British Virgin Islands: Entry to the Territory is only permitted through the T B Lettsome International Airport. Ferry ports for vessels from outside of the Territory are due to re-open on 15 April 2021. Everyone entering the Territory will be subject to pre-approval and testing and quarantine protocols.
    *Testing / screening on arrival: All travellers except those travelling from the UK, the Dominican Republic, South Africa and Brazil including residents, belongers, work permit holders and tourists 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 COVID-19 negative test within five days prior to arrival for all travellers from all countries
    • A test on arrival, which if negative, allows controlled movement within the confines of an approved property or vessel for four days
    • A further test after the four days which if negative, allows full movement within the Territory
    • A positive test at any time after arrival will result in a mandatory 14 day quarantine
    • All arriving passengers will be issued with and required to wear a tracking bracelet for at least 8 days
    • 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
    All persons permitted to travel from the UK, the Dominican Republic, South Africa 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<>br
    • 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.


    Internal Restrictions: *Travel in the British Virgin Islands: A daily curfew is in place between the hours of 2am and 5am. All businesses are allowed to operate, subject to social distancing measures being in place. Beaches are open. Gatherings are restricted to 100 people, but faith-based services including weddings and funerals are permitted to have a maximum of 200 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 suspended.
    BVI territorial waters are open to all traffic from 5am to 6pm, 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.

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  • British Virgin Islands Latest News: Government of British Virgin Islands imposes ban on all tourist-related travels from Dominican Republic; restrictions reported include U.K. (Jamaica-Gleaner.com, 11.01.2021)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to the British Virgin Islands: Entry to the Territory is only permitted through the T B Lettsome International Airport. Ferry ports for vessels from outside of the Territory are due to re-open on 15 April 2021. Everyone entering the Territory will be subject to pre-approval and testing and quarantine protocols.
    *Testing / screening on arrival: All travellers except those travelling from the UK and the Dominican Republic, including residents, belongers, work permit holders and tourists 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 COVID-19 negative test within five days prior to arrival for all travellers from all countries
    • A test on arrival, which if negative, allows controlled movement within the confines of an approved property or vessel for four days
    • A further test after the four days which if negative, allows full movement within the Territory
    • A positive test at any time after arrival will result in a mandatory 14 day quarantine
    • All arriving passengers will be issued with and required to wear a tracking bracelet for at least 8 days
    • 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.

    All persons permitted to travel from the UK and the Dominican Republic (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

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in the British Virgin Islands: A daily curfew is in place between the hours of 2am and 5am. All businesses are allowed to operate, subject to social distancing measures being in place. Beaches are open. Gatherings are restricted to 100 people, but faith-based services including weddings and funerals are permitted to have a maximum of 200 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 suspended. BVI territorial waters are open to all traffic from 5am to 6pm, 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.

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    01.03.2021
  • British Virgin Islands Latest News: Government of British Virgin Islands imposes ban on all tourist-related travels from Dominican Republic; restrictions reported include U.K. (Jamaica-Gleaner.com 11/1/2021)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to the British Virgin Islands: Entry to the Territory is only permitted through the T B Lettsome International Airport. Ferry ports for vessels from outside of the Territory are due to re-open on 15 April 2021. Everyone entering the Territory will be subject to pre-approval and testing and quarantine protocols.
    *Testing / screening on arrival: All travellers except those travelling from the UK and the Dominican Republic, including residents, belongers, work permit holders and tourists 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 COVID-19 negative test within five days prior to arrival for all travellers from all countries
    • A test on arrival, which if negative, allows controlled movement within the confines of an approved property or vessel for four days
    • A further test after the four days which if negative, allows full movement within the Territory
    • A positive test at any time after arrival will result in a mandatory 14 day quarantine
    • All arriving passengers will be issued with and required to wear a tracking bracelet for at least 8 days
    • 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.

    All persons permitted to travel from the UK and the Dominican Republic (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

    Internal Restrictions: *Travel in the British Virgin Islands: A daily curfew is in place between the hours of 2am and 5am. All businesses are allowed to operate, subject to social distancing measures being in place. Beaches are open. Gatherings are restricted to 100 people, but faith-based services including weddings and funerals are permitted to have a maximum of 200 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 suspended.
    BVI territorial waters are open to all traffic from 5am to 6pm, 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.

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    25.02.2021
  • British Virgin Islands Latest News: Government of British Virgin Islands imposes ban on all tourist-related travels from Dominican Republic; restrictions reported include U.K. (Jamaica-Gleaner.com 11/1/2021)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to the British Virgin Islands: Entry to the Territory is only permitted through the T B Lettsome International Airport. Ferry ports for vessels from outside of the Territory are due to re-open on 1 March 2021. Everyone entering the Territory will be subject to pre-approval and testing and quarantine protocols.
    *Testing / screening on arrival: All travellers except those travelling from the UK and the Dominican Republic, including residents, belongers, work permit holders and tourists 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 COVID-19 negative test within five days prior to arrival for all travellers from all countries
    • A test on arrival, which if negative, allows controlled movement within the confines of an approved property or vessel for four days
    • A further test after the four days which if negative, allows full movement within the Territory
    • A positive test at any time after arrival will result in a mandatory 14 day quarantine
    • All arriving passengers will be issued with and required to wear a tracking bracelet for at least 8 days
    • 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
    All persons permitted to travel from the UK and the Dominican Republic (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

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in the British Virgin Islands: A daily curfew is in place between the hours of 2am and 5am. All businesses are allowed to operate, subject to social distancing measures being in place. Beaches are open. Gatherings are restricted to 100 people, but faith-based services including weddings and funerals are permitted to have a maximum of 200 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 suspended. BVI territorial waters are open to all traffic from 5am to 6pm, intra-island ferries may operate from 5am to 8pm. 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 theGovernment of the Virgin Islands *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.

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  • British Virgin Islands International Restrictions:
    *Entry to the British Virgin Islands: Entry to the Territory is only permitted through the T B Lettsome International Airport. Ferry ports for vessels from outside of the Territory are due to re-open on 1 March 2021. Everyone entering the Territory will be subject to pre-approval and testing and quarantine protocols.
    *Testing / screening on arrival: All travellers except those travelling from the UK and the Dominican Republic, including residents, belongers, work permit holders and tourists 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 COVID-19 negative test within five days prior to arrival for all travellers from all countries
    • A test on arrival, which if negative, allows controlled movement within the confines of an approved property or vessel for four days
    • A further test after the four days which if negative, allows full movement within the Territory
    • A positive test at any time after arrival will result in a mandatory 14 day quarantine
    • All arriving passengers will be issued with and required to wear a tracking bracelet for at least 8 days
    • 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
    All persons permitted to travel from the UK and the Dominican Republic (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

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in the British Virgin Islands: A daily curfew is in place between the hours of 2am and 5am. All businesses are allowed to operate, subject to social distancing measures being in place. Beaches are open. Gatherings are restricted to 100 people, but faith-based services including weddings and funerals are permitted to have a maximum of 200 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 suspended. BVI territorial waters are open to all traffic from 5am to 6pm, intra-island ferries may operate from 5am to 8pm. 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 theGovernment 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.

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    09.01.2021
  • British Virgin Islands International Restrictions:
    *Entry to the British Virgin Islands: Entry to the Territory is only permitted through the T B Lettsome International Airport. Ferry ports for vessels from outside of the Territory are due to re-open on 21 January 2021. Everyone entering the Territory will be subject to pre-approval and testing and quarantine protocols.
    *Testing / screening on arrival: All travellers except those travelling from the UK, including residents, belongers, work permit holders and tourists 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 COVID-19 negative test within five days prior to arrival for all travellers from all countries;
    • A test on arrival, which if negative, allows controlled movement within the confines of an approved property or vessel for four days;
    • A further test after the four days which if negative, allows full movement within the Territory;
    • A positive test at any time after arrival will result in a mandatory 14 day quarantine;
    • All arriving passengers will be issued with and required to wear a tracking bracelet for at least 8 days;
    • 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
    All persons permitted to travel from the UK (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 COVID-19 negative test within five days prior to arrival for all travellers from all countries;
    • 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

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in the British Virgin Islands: A daily curfew is in place between the hours of 2am and 5am. All businesses are allowed to operate, subject to social distancing measures being in place. Beaches are open. Gatherings are restricted to 100 people, but faith-based services including weddings and funerals are permitted to have a maximum of 200 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 suspended. BVI territorial waters are open to all traffic from 5am to 6pm, intra-island ferries may operate from 5am to 8pm. 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 theGovernment 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.

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    05.01.2021
  • British Virgin Islands International Restrictions:
    *Entry to the British Virgin Islands: Entry to the Territory is only permitted through the T B Lettsome International Airport. Ferry ports for vessels from outside of the Territory are due to re-open on 21 January 2021. With effect from 1 December everyone entering the Territory will be subject to pre-approval and testing and quarantine protocols.
    *Testing / screening on arrival: From 1 December, all travellers, including residents, belongers, work permit holders and tourists 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 COVID-19 negative test within five days prior to arrival for all travellers from all countries
    • A test on arrival, which if negative, allows controlled movement within the confines of an approved property or vessel for four days
    • A further test after the four days which if negative, allows full movement within the Territory
    • A positive test at any time after arrival will result in a mandatory 14 day quarantine
    • All arriving passengers will be issued with and required to wear a tracking bracelet for at least 8 days
    • 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

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in the British Virgin Islands: A daily curfew is in place between the hours of 2am and 5am. All businesses are allowed to operate, subject to social distancing measures being in place. Beaches are open. Gatherings are restricted to 100 people, but faith-based services including weddings and funerals are permitted to have a maximum of 200 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 suspended. BVI territorial waters are open to all traffic from 5am to 6pm, intra-island ferries may operate from 5am to 8pm. 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 theGovernment 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.

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    11.12.2020
  • British Virgin Islands International Restrictions:
    *Entry to the British Virgin Islands: Entry to the Territory is only permitted through the T B Lettsome International Airport. Ferry ports for vessels from outside of the Territory are due to re-open on 21 January 2021. With effect from 1 December everyone entering the Territory will be subject to pre-approval and testing and quarantine protocols.
    *Testing / screening on arrival: From 1 December, all travellers, including residents, belongers, work permit holders and tourists 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 COVID-19 negative test within five days prior to arrival for all travellers from all countries
    • A test on arrival, which if negative, allows controlled movement within the confines of an approved property or vessel for four days
    • A further test after the four days which if negative, allows full movement within the Territory
    • A positive test at any time after arrival will result in a mandatory 14 day quarantine
    • All arriving passengers will be issued with and required to wear a tracking bracelet for at least 8 days
    • 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

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in the British Virgin Islands: A daily curfew is in place between the hours of 2am and 5am.
    All businesses are allowed to operate, subject to social distancing measures being in place. Beaches are open. Gatherings are restricted to 100 people, but faith-based services including weddings and funerals are permitted to have a maximum of 200 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 suspended. BVI territorial waters are open to all traffic from 5am to 6pm, intra-island ferries may operate from 5am to 8pm. 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.

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    09.12.2020
  • British Virgin Islands International Restrictions:
    *Entry to the British Virgin Islands: Entry to the Territory is only permitted through the T B Lettsome International Airport. Some ferry ports are due to start operations from 8 December. With effect from 1 December everyone entering the Territory will be subject to pre-approval and testing and quarantine protocols.
    *Testing / screening on arrival: From 1 December, all travellers, including residents, belongers, work permit holders and tourists 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 COVID-19 negative test within five days prior to arrival for all travellers from low risk countries and within three days prior to arrival for travellers from high and medium risk countries. A test on arrival, which if negative, allows controlled movement within the confines of an approved property or vessel for four days. A further test after the four days which if negative, allows full movement within the Territory. A positive test at any time after arrival will result in a mandatory 14 day quarantine. All arriving passengers will be issued with and required to wear a tracking bracelet for at least 8 days. 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.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in the British Virgin Islands: A daily curfew is in place between the hours of 2am and 5am.
    All businesses are allowed to operate, subject to social distancing measures being in place. Beaches are open. Gatherings are restricted to 100 people, but faith-based services including weddings and funerals are permitted to have a maximum of 200 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 suspended. BVI territorial waters are open to all traffic from 5am to 6pm, intra-island ferries may operate from 5am to 8pm. 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.

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    02.12.2020
  • British Virgin Islands International Restrictions:
    Borders are open only to returning British Virgin Islanders, Belongers, Permanent Residents, naturalised citizens, work permit holders with confirmed employment, work permit exempt holders, students and other specified groups as well as for freight and cargo vessels.
    With effect from 01 December visitors and tourists will be permitted to enter the Territory, subject to pre-approval and testing and quarantine protocols
    Testing / screening on arrival –
    Prior to 01 December, all persons approved to re-enter the Territory must register to return to the Territory and will need to quarantine for 14 days in pre-approved accommodation where they will be monitored by security to ensure that there is no mingling with members of the public until their quarantine period has expired and they are tested negative for the virus. There is a charge of $3,500 for security if quarantine is requested at a private property and all qualified persons will be charged $2,500 per person for government quarantine accommodation, 24-hour security and meals.
    To facilitate this process, anyone interested in returning to the BVI is required to register online.
    From 01 December, all travellers, including residents, belongers, work permit holders and tourists will be subjected to the following testing and quarantine protocols:
    All travellers will be required to download a tracking app and be issued with a Travel Certificate. A certified Covid-19 negative test within five days prior to arrival for all travellers from low risk countries and within three days prior to arrival for travellers from high and medium risk countries. A test on arrival, which if negative, allows controlled movement within the confines of an approved property or vessel for four days. A further test after the four days which if negative, allows full movement within the Territory. A positive test at any time after arrival will result in a mandatory 14 day quarantine. Approval for entry will be obtained through an online portal, BVI portal. Further information can be found at the website of the Government of the Virgin Islands.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in the British Virgin Islands: A daily curfew is in place between the hours of 2am and 5am.
    All businesses are allowed to operate, subject to social distancing measures being in place. Beaches are open. Gatherings are restricted to 100 people, but faith-based services including weddings and funerals are permitted to have a maximum of 200 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 suspended. BVI territorial waters are open to all traffic from 5am to 6pm, intra-island ferries may operate from 5am to 8pm. 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.

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    11.11.2020
  • British Virgin Islands Latest News: Governor introduces two-week curfew to help prevent spread of COVID-19 (CNW, 02.09.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    There are no commercial flights to and from the BVI. Check with your travel company for the latest information. Borders are open only to returning British Virgin Islanders, Belongers, Permanent Residents, naturalised citizens, work permit holders with confirmed employment, work permit exempt holders, students and other specified groups as well as for freight and cargo vessels. All persons approved to re-enter the Territory must register to return to the Territory and will need to quarantine for 14 days in pre-approved accommodation where they will be monitored by security to ensure that there is no mingling with members of the public until their quarantine period has expired and they are tested negative for the virus. There is a charge of $3,500 for security if quarantine is requested at a private property and, with effect from 1 October 2020, all qualified persons will be charged $2,500 per person for government quarantine accommodation, 24-hour security and meals.
    To facilitate this process, anyone interested in returning to the BVI is required to register through an online portal.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in the British Virgin Islands: The BVI Government have announced a further 7-day curfew to take effect from 8 October between the hours of midnight and 5am. All businesses are allowed to operate, subject to social distancing measures being in place. Beaches are only open from 5am to 5pm daily and gatherings are restricted to 30 people, and 50 people for churches. 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 suspended. BVI territorial waters are open to all traffic from 5am to 6pm, intra-island ferries may operate from 5am to 8pm. 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.

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    27.10.2020
  • British Virgin Islands Latest News: Governor introduces two-week curfew to help prevent spread of COVID-19 (CNW, 02.09.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    There are no commercial flights to and from the BVI. Check with your travel company for the latest information. Borders are open only to returning British Virgin Islanders, Belongers, Permanent Residents, naturalised citizens, work permit holders with confirmed employment, work permit exempt holders, students and other specified groups as well as for freight and cargo vessels. All persons approved to re-enter the Territory must register to return to the Territory and will need to quarantine for 14 days in pre-approved accommodation where they will be monitored by security to ensure that there is no mingling with members of the public until their quarantine period has expired and they are tested negative for the virus. There is a charge of $3,500 for security if quarantine is requested at a private property and, with effect from 1 October 2020, all qualified persons will be charged $2,500 per person for government quarantine accommodation, 24-hour security and meals.
    To facilitate this process, anyone interested in returning to the BVI is required to register through an online portal.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in the British Virgin Islands: The BVI Government have announced a further 7 day curfew to take effect from 8 October between the hours of midnight and 5am. All businesses are allowed to operate, subject to social distancing measures being in place. Beaches are only open from 5am to 5pm daily and gatherings are restricted to 30 people, and 50 people for churches. 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 suspended. BVI territorial waters are open to all traffic from 5am to 6pm, intra-island ferries may operate from 5am to 8pm. 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.

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    08.10.2020
  • British Virgin Islands Latest News: Governor introduces two-week curfew to help prevent spread of COVID-19 (CNW, 02.09.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    There are no commercial flights to and from the BVI. Check with your travel company for the latest information. Borders are open only to returning British Virgin Islanders, Belongers, Permanent Residents, naturalised citizens, work permit holders with confirmed employment, work permit exempt holders, students and other specified groups as well as for freight and cargo vessels. All persons approved to re-enter the Territory must register to return to the Territory and will need to quarantine for 14 days in pre-approved accommodation where they will be monitored by security to ensure that there is no mingling with members of the public until their quarantine period has expired and they are tested negative for the virus. There is a charge of $3,500 for security if quarantine is requested at a private property and, with effect from 1 October 2020, all qualified persons will be charged $2,500 per person for government quarantine accommodation, 24-hour security and meals.
    To facilitate this process, anyone interested in returning to the BVI is required to register through an online portal.

    Internal Restrictions:
    The BVI Government have announced a further 7 day curfew to take effect from 24 September between the hours of 5am and 8pm. All businesses are allowed to operate except public pools, cinemas, bars, night clubs and other entertainment services. Beaches are only open from 5.00am to 5.00 pm daily and gatherings are restricted to 30 people, and 50 people for churches. 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 suspended.
    BVI territorial waters are open to all traffic from 5am to 6pm, intra-island ferries may operate from 5am to 8pm. 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.

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    28.09.2020
  • British Virgin Islands Latest News: Governor introduces two-week curfew to help prevent spread of COVID-19 (CNW, 02.09.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    There are no commercial flights to and from the BVI. Check with your travel company for the latest information. Borders are open only to returning British Virgin Islanders, Belongers, Permanent Residents, naturalised citizens, work permit holders with confirmed employment, work permit exempt holders, students and other specified groups as well as for freight and cargo vessels. All persons approved to re-enter the Territory must register to return to the Territory and will need to quarantine for 14 days in pre-approved accommodation where they will be monitored by security to ensure that there is no mingling with members of the public until their quarantine period has expired and they are tested negative for the virus. There is a charge of $3,500 for security if quarantine is requested at a private property and, with effect from 1 October 2020, all qualified persons will be charged $2,500 per person for government quarantine accommodation, 24-hour security and meals.
    To facilitate this process, anyone interested in returning to the BVI is required to register through an online portal.

    Internal Restrictions:
    The BVI Government have announced a further 14 day curfew to take effect from 16 September between the hours of 5.00pm and 5.00am. All businesses are allowed to operate except day-care centres, pre-schools, public pools, cinemas, bars, night clubs and other entertainment services. Beaches are only open from 5.00am to 5.00 pm daily and gatherings are restricted to 30 people, and 50 people for churches. 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 suspended.
    BVI territorial waters are closed to all traffic except for cargo and freight, intra-island ferries and registered fishing vessels.
    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. When moving around the BVI, you should wear a face covering in all public settings. Some premises will only allow entry if you are wearing a face mask.

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    17.09.2020
  • British Virgin Islands *****

    International restrictions:

    There are no commercial flights to and from the BVI. Borders are open only to returning British Virgin Islanders, Belongers, Permanent Residents, naturalised citizens, as well as for freight and cargo vessels. Phase II of the Restricted Border Re-opening Plan, allowing the entry of work permit holders with confirmed employment, work permit exempt holders, students, and other specified groups, takes effect on 1 September 2020. All persons approved to re-enter the Territory must register to return to the Territory and will need to quarantine for 14 days in pre-approved accommodation where they will be monitored by security to ensure that there is no mingling with members of the public until their quarantine period has expired and they are tested negative for the virus. There is a charge of $3,500 for security if quarantine is requested at a private property and, with effect from 1 October 2020, all qualified persons will be charged $2,500 per person for government quarantine accommodation, 24-hour security and meals. To facilitate this process, anyone interested in returning to the BVI is required to register through an online portal [https://bvi.gov.vg/controlled-re-entry-british-virgin-islands].

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    The BVI Government have announced a 14 day curfew to take effect from 2 September between the hours of 1.00pm and 5.00am.
    A limited number of businesses will continue to operate, including supermarkets and approved delivery services. Only essential businesses are permitted to operate outside curfew hours. Beaches are only open from 5.00am to noon daily and gatherings are restricted to 10 people. Regular ferry services between Tortola and its sister islands of Virgin Gorda, Jost Van Dyke and Anegada are operating. Commercial ferries to and from the US Virgin Islands are suspended. BVI territorial waters are closed to all traffic except for cargo and freight, intra-island ferries and registered fishing vessels. Further information on the BVI restrictions can be found at the website [https://bvi.gov.vg/covid-19] 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. When moving around the BVI, you should wear a face covering in all public settings. Some premises will only allow entry if you are wearing a face mask.

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    02.09.2020
  • British Virgin Islands *****

    International restrictions:

    There are no commercial flights to and from the BVI. Borders are open only to returning British Virgin Islanders, Belongers, Permanent Residents, naturalised citizens, as well as for freight and cargo vessels. Phase II of the Restricted Border Re-opening Plan, allowing the entry of work permit holders with confirmed employment, work permit exempt holders, students, and other specified groups, takes effect on 1 September 2020. All persons approved to re-enter the Territory must register to return to the Territory and will need to quarantine for 14 days in pre-approved accommodation where they will be monitored by security to ensure that there is no mingling with members of the public until their quarantine period has expired and they are tested negative for the virus. There is a charge of $3,500 for security if quarantine is requested at a private property and, with effect from 1 October 2020, all qualified persons will be charged $2,500 per person for government quarantine accommodation, 24-hour security and meals. To facilitate this process, anyone interested in returning to the BVI is required to register through an online portal [https://bvi.gov.vg/controlled-re-entry-british-virgin-islands].

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    The BVI Government have announced a 14 day curfew to take effect from 26 August between the hours of 5.01pm and 4.59am. During the first 7 days of the curfew a limited number of businesses will continue to operate, including supermarkets and approved delivery services. Only essential businesses are permitted to operate outside curfew hours. Beaches are only open from 5.00am to noon daily and gatherings are restricted to 10 people. Regular ferry services between Tortola and its sister islands of Virgin Gorda, Jost Van Dyke and Anegada are operating. Commercial ferries to and from the US Virgin Islands are suspended. BVI territorial waters are closed to all traffic except for cargo and freight, intra-island ferries and registered fishing vessels. Further information on the BVI restrictions can be found at the website [https://bvi.gov.vg/covid-19] 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. When moving around the BVI, you should wear a face covering in all public settings. Some premises will only allow entry if you are wearing a face mask.

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    29.08.2020
  • British Virgin Islands *****

    International restrictions:

    There are no commercial flights to and from the BVI.. Borders are open only to returning British Virgin Islanders, Belongers, Permanent Residents, naturalised citizens, as well as for freight and cargo vessels. Phase II of the Restricted Border Re-opening Plan, allowing the entry of work permit holders with confirmed employment, work permit exempt holders, students, and other specified groups, takes effect on 1 September 2020. All persons approved to re-enter the Territory must register to return to the Territory and will need to quarantine for 14 days in pre-approved accommodation where they will be monitored by security to ensure that there is no mingling with members of the public until their quarantine period has expired and they are tested negative for the virus. There is a charge of $3,500 for security if quarantine is requested at a private property and, with effect from 1 October 2020, all qualified persons will be charged $2,500 per person for government quarantine accommodation, 24-hour security and meals. To facilitate this process, anyone interested in returning to the BVI is required to register through an online portal [https://bvi.gov.vg/controlled-re-entry-british-virgin-islands].

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    The BVI Government have announced a 14 day curfew to take effect from 26 August between the hours of 5.01pm and 4.59am. During the first 7 days of the curfew a limited number of businesses will continue to operate, including supermarkets and approved delivery services. Only essential businesses are permitted to operate outside curfew hours. Regular ferry services between Tortola and its sister islands of Virgin Gorda and Jost Van Dyke are operating. The Ferry service to Anegada is suspended whilst community testing for COVID-19 takes place on the Island. Commercial ferries to and from the US Virgin Islands are suspended. BVI territorial waters are closed to all traffic except for cargo and freight, intra-island ferries and registered fishing vessels. Further information on the BVI restrictions can be found at the website of the Government of the Virgin Islands [https://bvi.gov.vg/covid-19], including detailed information on continued school closures and restrictions in place, both within the Territory and in the BVI’s territorial waters. When moving around the BVI, you should wear a face covering in all public

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    25.08.2020
  • British Virgin Islands *****

    International restrictions:

    There are no commercial flights to and from the BVI. Borders are open only to returning British Virgin Islanders, Belongers, Permanent Residents, naturalised citizens, as well as for freight and cargo vessels. Phase II of the Restricted Border Re-opening Plan, allowing the entry of work permit holders with confirmed employment, work permit exempt holders, students, and other specified groups, takes effect on 1 September 2020. All persons approved to re-enter the Territory must register to return to the Territory and will need to quarantine for 14 days in pre-approved accommodation where they will be monitored by security to ensure that there is no mingling with members of the public until their quarantine period has expired and they are tested negative for the virus. There is a charge of $3,500 for security if quarantine is requested at a private property and, with effect from 1 October 2020, all qualified persons will be charged $2,500 per person for government quarantine accommodation, 24-hour security and meals. To facilitate this process, anyone interested in returning to the BVI is required to register through an online portal [https://bvi.gov.vg/controlled-re-entry-british-virgin-islands].

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    Internal restrictions:

    Further information on the BVI restrictions can be found at the website of the Government of the Virgin Islands [https://bvi.gov.vg/covid-19] including detailed information on continued school closures and restrictions in place, both within the Territory and in the BVI’s territorial waters. When moving around the BVI, you should wear a face covering in all public settings. Some premises will only allow entry if you are wearing a face mask.

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    19.08.2020
  • British Virgin Islands *****

    International restrictions:

    Foreigners may be allowed to enter the territory from 1 September. Commercial flights to and from the BVI remain very limited.Borders are open only to returning British Virgin Islanders, Belongers, Permanent Residents, naturalised citizens, as well as for freight and cargo vessels. All returning British Virgin Islanders, Belongers, Permanent Residents and naturalised citizens arriving in the BVI must be pre-approved to return to the Territory and will need to quarantine for 14 days in pre-approved accommodation where they will be monitored by security to ensure that there is no mingling with members of the public until their quarantine period has expired and they are tested negative for the virus. To facilitate this process, anyone interested in returning to the BVI is required to register through an online portal. [https://bvi.gov.vg/controlled-re-entry-british-virgin-islands].

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    Internal restrictions:

    No person or vessel is permitted to travel to or from Jost van Dyke without permission. A daily curfew is in place elsewhere in the Territory from midnight to 5am. Further information on BVI restrictions can be found at the website of the Government of the Virgin Islands [https://bvi.gov.vg/covid-19] including detailed information on continued school closures and restrictions in place, both within the Territory and in BVI’s territorial waters. When moving around the BVI, you should wear a face covering in all public settings. Some premises will only allow entry if you are wearing a face mask. Hotels, gyms, and fitness centres have reopened. Seaports are open for inter-island and domestic travel.
    Private vessels are permitted to operate within territorial waters between 05:00 and 19:00.
    Ferries are permitted to operate in territorial waters between 05:00 and midnight.

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    17.08.2020
  • British Virgin Islands *****

    International restrictions:

    Commercial flights to and from the BVI remain very limited.Borders are open only to returning British Virgin Islanders, Belongers, Permanent Residents, naturalised citizens, as well as for freight and cargo vessels. All returning British Virgin Islanders, Belongers, Permanent Residents and naturalised citizens arriving in the BVI must be pre-approved to return to the Territory and will need to quarantine for 14 days in pre-approved accommodation where they will be monitored by security to ensure that there is no mingling with members of the public until their quarantine period has expired and they are tested negative for the virus. To facilitate this process, anyone interested in returning to the BVI is required to register through an online portal. [https://bvi.gov.vg/controlled-re-entry-british-virgin-islands].

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    Internal restrictions:

    All residents and visitors on Jost van Dyke must remain at home under quarantine for a period of seven (7) days beginning on 21 July 2020 and ending at 5:01 am on 28 July 2020. No person or vessel is permitted to travel to or from Jost van Dyke without permission. A daily curfew is in place elsewhere in the Territory from midnight to 5am. Further information on BVI restrictions can be found at the website of the Government of the Virgin Islands [https://bvi.gov.vg/covid-19] including detailed information on continued school closures and restrictions in place, both within the Territory and in BVI’s territorial waters. When moving around the BVI, you should wear a face covering in all public settings. Some premises will only allow entry if you are wearing a face mask.

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    28.07.2020
  • British Virgin Islands *****

    International restrictions:

    Commercial flights to and from the British Virgin Islands remain very limited. Borders are open only to returning British Virgin Islanders, Belongers, Permanent Residents, naturalised citizens, as well as for freight and cargo vessels. All returning British Virgin Islanders, Belongers, Permanent Residents and naturalised citizens arriving in the BVI must be pre-approved to return to the Territory and will need to quarantine for 14 days in pre-approved accommodation where they will be monitored by security to ensure that there is no mingling with members of the public until their quarantine period has expired and they are tested negative for the virus. To facilitate this process, anyone interested in returning to the BVI is required to register through an online portal [https://bvi.gov.vg/controlled-re-entry-british-virgin-islands].

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    Internal restrictions:

    All residents and visitors on Jost van Dyke must remain at home under quarantine for a period of seven (7) days beginning on 21 July 2020 and ending at 5:01 am on 28 July 2020. No person or vessel is permitted to travel to or from Jost van Dyke without permission. A daily curfew is in place elsewhere in the Territory from midnight to 5am. Further information on 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 BVI’s territorial waters. Further information on BVI restrictions can be found at the website of the Government of the Virgin Islands [https://bvi.gov.vg/covid-19], including detailed information on continued school closures and restrictions in place, both within the Territory and in BVI’s territorial waters. When moving around the BVI, you should wear a face covering in all public settings. Some premises will only allow entry if you are wearing a face mask.

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    21.07.2020
  • British Virgin Islands *****

    International restrictions:

    “Commercial flights to and from the British Virgin Islands remain very limited. Borders are open only to returning British Virgin Islanders, Belongers, Permanent Residents, naturalised citizens, as well as for freight and cargo vessels. All returning British Virgin Islanders, Belongers, Permanent Residents and naturalised citizens arriving in the BVI must be pre-approved to return to the Territory and will need to quarantine for 14 days in pre-approved accommodation where they will be monitored by security to ensure that there is no mingling with members of the public until their quarantine period has expired and they are tested negative for the virus. To facilitate this process, anyone interested in returning to the BVI is required to register through an online portal [https://bvi.gov.vg/controlled-re-entry-british-virgin-islands].

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    Internal restrictions:

    A daily curfew is in place from midnight to 5am. When moving around the BVI, you should wear a face covering in all public settings. Some premises will only allow entry if you are wearing a face mask.Further information on 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 BVI’s territorial waters [https://bvi.gov.vg/covid-19].

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    15.07.2020
  • British Virgin Islands Passengers are not allowed to enter.
    – This does not apply to passengers residing in Virgin Isl. (British).

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    International restrictions:

    Inbound airport and seaport closures to all travellers, including nationals, until further notice. Nationals and permanent residents to be able to enter beginning 1 June, foreigners three months after that, presumably 1 September. Cargo, freight, vessels, courier aircrafts and medical evacuations are exempt from the restrictions and will be allowed to operate.

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    Internal restrictions:

    A daily curfew is in place from midnight to 5am. Individuals in public places are required to wear facemasks and observe social distancing. .
    Since 10 May, some previously-shut businesses have been allowed to reopen with approval from the government.

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    23.06.2020
  • British Virgin Islands Passengers are not allowed to enter.
    – This does not apply to passengers residing in Virgin Isl. (British).

    International restrictions:

    Inbound airport and seaport closures to all travellers, including nationals, until further notice. Nationals and permanent residents to be able to enter beginning 1 June, foreigners three months after that, presumably 1 September. Cargo, freight, vessels, courier aircrafts and medical evacuations are exempt from the restrictions and will be allowed to operate.

    Internal restrictions:

    A daily curfew is in place from 10pm to 5am. Individuals in public places are required to wear facemasks and observe social distancing. .
    Since 10 May, some previously-shut businesses have been allowed to reopen with approval from the government.

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    10.06.2020
  • British Virgin Islands Passengers are not allowed to enter.
    – This does not apply to passengers residing in Virgin Isl. (British).

    International restrictions:

    Inbound airport and seaport closures to all travellers, including nationals, until further notice. Nationals and permanent residents to be able to enter beginning 1 June, foreigners three months after that, presumably 1 September. Cargo, freight, vessels, courier aircrafts and medical evacuations are exempt from the restrictions and will be allowed to operate.

    Internal restrictions:

    A curfew will be in place from 19.00 to 06.00. Individuals in public places are required to wear facemasks and observe social distancing. Until 07/06/2020.
    Since 10 May, some previously-shut businesses have been allowed to reopen with approval from the government.

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    04.06.2020
  • British Virgin Islands The British Virgin Islands has closed all airports until at least June 1, 2020. All arriving crew members must remain within the port facility and comply with public health measures in effect.

    International restrictions:

    Inbound airport and seaport closures to all travellers, including nationals, until further notice. Nationals and permanent residents to be able to enter beginning 1 June, foreigners three months after that, presumably 1 September. Cargo, freight, vessels, courier aircrafts and medical evacuations are exempt from the restrictions and will be allowed to operate.

    Internal restrictions:

    A curfew will be in place from 19.00 to 06.00. Individuals in public places are required to wear facemasks and observe social distancing. Until 07/06/2020. Since 10 May, some previously-shut businesses have been allowed to reopen with approval from the government.

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    27.05.2020
  • British Virgin Islands The British Virgin Islands has closed all airports until at least June 1, 2020. All arriving crew members must remain within the port facility and comply with public health measures in effect.

    International restrictions:

    Inbound airport and seaport closures to all travellers, including nationals, until further notice. Nationals and permanent residents to be able to enter beginning 1 June, foreigners three months after that, presumably 1 September. Cargo, freight, vessels, courier aircrafts and medical evacuations are exempt from the restrictions and will be allowed to operate. Internal restrictions Since 10 May, some previously-shut businesses have been allowed to reopen with approval from the government.

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    25.05.2020
  • British Virgin Islands Reports of a phased re-opening of essential shops and services from 20 April; borders remain closed except for cargo vessels (Gov.uk,17.04.2020)
    All airports are closed until 1 June 2020. International crew members on incoming vessels will be required to remain within the port facility and comply with public health measures in effect.
    – This does not apply to cargo flights arriving between 11 a.m. and 3p.m.

    Internal restrictions:

    From 27 April to 10 May, a curfew will be in place from 13.00 to 06.00; previously, a 24-hour curfew was in effect across the territory. Individuals in public places are required to wear face masks and observe social distancing.
    Effective until 7 May any non-residents or ‘non-belongers’ who are not currently in British Virgin Islands will be prohibited from entering the territory.

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    10.05.2020
  • Source Foreign travel advice, Gov.UK/
    US State Dept. COVID-19 Country Specific Information/
    BVI Government/
    SITATA/
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