According to the Visit U.S. Virgin Islands tourism website, the group of Caribbean islands (a U.S. territory — no passport required!) reopened to all international visitors on June 1. The islands first closed to visitors on March 25.
Incoming travelers will be subject to health screenings and temperature checks at the airport, and will be asked to monitor themselves for 14 days post-arrival (though this does not imply a self-quarantine). No other requirements are mandatory at this time.
More information can be found on the Visit U.S. Virgin Islands tourism website.
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