- Safer at Home
Croix is currently in the third phase of the
territory’s reopening, the ‘Safer At Home’ phase. In this
phase, the following restrictions will be observed
throughout the US Virgin Islands:
The USVI Department of
Health and the USVI Department of Tourism have
partnered to provide a hotline with answers to all
COVID-19 related questions for those travelling to
the United States Virgin Islands: (800) 372-8784.
No Mask, No Service
All residents who wish to patronize any business
must wear a face mask. The only exceptions are
children younger than 2 or residents with acute
Effective January 4, 2021 - If you are
arriving on Jnauary 4 or after, ALL
visitors and residents arriving in the territory
must provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test
within 5 days of travel in order to enter the
- New hotel,
villa, condo and B&B check-ins are prohibited
until Sept. 19. Visitors to the territory will
be welcomed back as of September 19, 2020.
ALL visitors and residents arriving on or
after January 4 must provide proof of a negative
COVID-19 test within 5 days of travel in order to enter
- Ski masks are
prohibited indoors and outdoors as a means of
addressing the need for a mask in commercial
Taxis, safaris and cars for hire are considered
commercial establishments and all occupants must
- Free “No
Mask, No Service” signs for businesses will be
available from the Department of Property and
Procurement offices and Department of Consumer
Affairs offices in both districts.
- “Safer at
Home” rules have been adjusted to allow
religious leaders to give their sermons without
masks as long as they stay at least 10 feet away
from the congregation.
- The public is
asked to report businesses in violation of the
“No Mask, No Service” policy by calling DLCA at
340-713-3522 on St. Croix and 340-714-3522 on
- All beaches
in the Territory have been reopened, but social
distancing is still required.
Beaches close at 4pm on weekends and holidays.
- Parties, mass
gatherings, DJs/large speakers, picnics,
bonfires, and camping are still prohibited.
businesses allowed to reopen, pending their ability
to follow social distancing and safety guidelines as
proscribed by the CDC and the Virgin Islands
Department of Health, include:
- Hair salon
health care facilities for elective medical