April 28. According to The Insider Travel Report, beginning May 15, 2021, fully vaccinated travelers arriving to the British Virgin Islands (BVI) will be free to explore the destination after returning a negative arrival test result, according to Carvin Malone, minister for health and social development for the BVI.
Fully vaccinated travelers arriving from overseas will be required to take a PCR test within five days of travel, provide proof of full vaccination, and take a PCR test upon arrival. As soon as they receive a negative result from that test, they are free to enjoy their vacation. Those arriving without being fully vaccinated will be required to quarantine for four days.
“This is great news and timely, as more guests are arriving fully vaccinated and many in our industry have stepped forward to take the vaccine in support of economic rejuvenation,” said Clive McCoy, BVI’s director of tourism.
Source: Insider Travel Report