British Virgin Islands eliminates Covid testing entry requirement: Travel Weekly

The British Virgin Islands no longer requires travelers to provide a negative Covid-19 test result for entry, effective July 15. 

“Further relaxation of the Covid measures is based upon the reduced impact of Covid and the move from pandemic to endemic,” according to Petrona Davies, permanent secretary in the BVI’s Ministry of Health. “The virus is having a very minimal impact on those affected and mortality rates have significantly decreased. At this stage, we feel we can reopen borders and return to pre-Covid normal in regard to travel to the Territory.”

In June, the government dropped the mask mandate as well as the requirement for an entry form and proof of insurance.

All travelers, whether vaccinated or unvaccinated, can enter the British Virgin Islands.

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