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St. Croix - COVID-19 - U.S. Virgin Islands 
Coronavirus Information - Travel Restrictions

USVI Safer at Home Phase

*** Please note: Effective September 19, 2020 ***

Effective January 4, 2021 or after,  ALL visitors and residents arriving/returning to the territory must provide proof of negative COVID-19 test result done within 5 days of your travel to the territory.  See below for required tests and timing of your test.

*** Update - Safer at Home ***

St. 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 respiratory issues.

  • 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 territory.
  • 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 the territory.
  • Ski masks are prohibited indoors and outdoors as a means of addressing the need for a mask in commercial establishments.
    Taxis, safaris and cars for hire are considered commercial establishments and all occupants must have masks.
  • 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 St. Thomas.
  • 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.

Non-essential 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:

  • Barbers
  • Hair salon
  • Massage therapists
  • Gymnasiums
  • Private health care facilities for elective medical visits


U.S. Virgin Islands COVID-19 Testing Requirements - USVI

 What you can expect upon your arrival into St. Croix

Click here for official U.S. Virgin Islands Health Department Information


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