Another Caribbean destination has announced eased restrictions for vaccinated travellers: the British Virgin Islands.
Beginning May 15, the British Virgin Islands will be reducing its quarantine period for fully vaccinated travellers.
Fully vaccinated travellers will have to take a test upon arrival; once they get a negative test result (typically within 24 hours), they’ll be free to roam the BVI — and can forego the four-day quarantine for non-vaccinated travellers.
Vaccinated travelers will still have to provide proof of a negative PCR test within five days before travel, and will have to provide proof of vaccination.
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