Virgin Islands Corona Response

We will be posting regular updates to this page to keep you informed of the situation in the Virgin Islands in response to the Coronavirus. See all the latest BVI and USVI Coronavirus News here first!
 
You can follow our Facebook page @virginbookingscom to get notified quicker and stay up to date with all the latest developments.
 
Last Updated: 27/09/2022
Cases overview in the Virgin Islands
  • Confirmed: 30 443
  • Death: 187

 

The Virgin Islands remain open to international visitors and have put in place travel requirements to ensure safe travel and stay for its visitors. 

To learn more about the situation in the Virgin Islands, simply refer to the following sections:
 
 

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Virgin Islands ferry services news:

Ferries are an essential part of day to day travel for people and goods throughout the USVI and BVI, however some ferry services are currently restricted to minimal scheduling and capacity until further notice.

 
Check our homepage search box for up to date availability on all routes. Note that you can also keep up to date by following our Facebook page.

 

 

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Entering the BVI by ferry

(Virgin Gorda, Tortola, Beef Island and Jost Van Dyke)

International ferry operations have resumed
 

Travel requirements:

  • All travelers are no longer required to provide proof of your vaccination status for entry to the BVI.
  • No testing or quarantine requirements on arrival.

USVI Coronavirus news

(St Thomas, St Croix and St John)

Travel requirements:

  • All  travelers are no longer required to complete the USVI Travel Screening Portal or present an approved green QR code to travel to the USVI. 
  • All travelers are no longer required to provide a negative COVID test result to travel to the USVI.
  • All travelers are no longer required to provide proof of COVID vaccination to travel to the USVI.

For more information, you can check the U.S. Virgin Islands Travel Advisory

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What can we do to help the Virgin Islands?

The Virgin Island’s tourism industry is in danger, the islands are suffering from an immense economic downturn, putting many people out of work and under incredible strain. A way to help the locals is to consider rescheduling your travel plans instead of cancelling bookings and asking for refunds.

When travelling, explore more of the region than you may have previously considered. St Thomas, St John, St Croix, Virgin Gorda, Tortola, Beef Island and Jost Van Dyke are all within easy reach of each other and offer something unique and worth experiencing. You can learn more about the region to help plan your trip on our dedicated  BVI Travel Guide and USVI Travel Guide pages.

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Contact information

If you had a fast boat booking for travel in the next few months or for other destination-related questions, feel free to contact us directly if you wish to reschedule your trip. We also invite you to consult our Terms and Conditions if you have any questions regarding a cancellation.

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