*UPDATED 6-1-22*If I'm vaccinated and traveling from an international port, do I need a COVID-19 test?
Effective June 1, 2022, there have been changes to the testing requirements. Please review carefully.
All domestic travelers and international travelers are no longer required to complete the USVI Travel Screening Portal or present an approved green QR code to travel to the USVI. Please refer to CDC.gov to stay up to date on the current international travel requirements for the United States.
International Travelers (not a U.S. citizen, U.S. national, lawful permanent resident, or traveling to the U.S. on an immigrant visit, including travel from the BVI): All International travelers over the age of 2 who are traveling to the USVI by air must submit a negative antigen (antigen) or NAAT (e.g., RT- PCR) COVID-19 test result and show proof of full vaccination status. Tests must be taken within 24 hours of travel to the USVI.
Are at home COVID tests acceptable?
Since you no longer have to fill out a travel application it is not required for you to take a test when traveling domestically to the USVI from the US Mainland. If you are flying into the USVI from an international port, you are required to be fully ...
Information for International Air Travelers visiting the US (including the USVI)
Travelers arriving to the USVI from an international port by air are still required to provide proof of vaccination and a negative COVID test result. Please see the information from the CDC regarding International Travel.
Who is considered a domestic traveler?
A domestic traveler is defined as anyone arriving to the USVI from the US Mainland or another US territory. International travelers must show proof of vaccination and negative COVID test result to travel to the US. If you have a layover or plane ...
Requirements for Travelers entering the USVI via Ferry Terminal
Entry into the USVI by ferry no longer requires a negative COVID test to be taken, but you will need to provide proof of vaccination. Please see: Fact Sheet: Guidance for Travelers to Enter the U.S. at Land Ports of Entry and Ferry Terminals