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Coronavirus Information & FAQs

Find the answers to some of our most frequently asked questions and governmental guidelines for safe travel to St. Croix during COVID-19. As the US Virgin Islands welcomes visitors and residents returning home, we’ll share the top safety precautions, healthy travel practices, and what you can expect during your stay. Please follow all USVI and US Federal mandates and take responsibility for your own health, as well as the health and safety of those around you.  

What will I need to travel to the USVI?

There are currently no requirements for Domestic or International travelers to enter the US Virgin Islands. Please refer to the CDC requirements for domestic travel and the CDC requirements for international travel to stay up to date on the current travel requirements for the United States.



Do I have to wear a mask?

The mask mandate has been lifted for most areas. However, it is highly recommended that you wear a mask when in crowds to reduce the spread of the virus.

What is the best place to find travel updates?

For a complete and up-to-date list of the COVID-19 testing and travel requirements, visit

Can I get vaccinated while I'm on St. Croix?

Yes! You can book an appointment for a free COVID-19 Vaccination or Booster directly through the USVI Department of Health COVID-19 Vaccine Scheduling Gateway at

Coronavirus Resources

The official website for COVID-19 in the territory is the US Virgin Islands Department of Public Health. We recommend staying up-to-date by checking this website regularly, as well as signing up for local text alerts by texting COVID19USVI to 888777.

We also recommend following these national and global health organizations regarding the coronavirus:

Coronavirus Testing

If you are here on St. Croix and think you may have COVID-19, Plessen Healthcare has testing available at their Sunny Isles Urgent Care Center. To make an appointment please call (340) 715-7720, or contact Plessen via their website at

The GoToStCroix Team would like to remind you that the best thing you can do to protect yourself is to clean your hands often, avoid close contact, and take basic steps to protect others as recommended by the CDC. Also, please be sure to get your coronavirus news and updates from reputable sources like the CDC, WHO, and the Department of Health. Stay healthy!

-Jennie Ogden, Editor

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