British Virgin Islands

Tuesday, Apr 13, 2021

BVI now on lowest covid-19 travel risk list by CDC

BVI now on lowest covid-19 travel risk list by CDC

The British Virgin Islands is now on level 1, the lowest COVID-19 risk level on the United States Center for Disease Control’s (CDC) Travel Health Notice.
The CDC’s Health Notice has a five-tiered Risk Assessment for COVID-19. The tiers are described as Level 4: COVID-19 Very High, Level 3: COVID-19 High, Level 2: COVID-19 Moderate, Level 1: COVID-19 Low and Level Unknown: COVID-19 Unknown.

The British Virgin Islands has been placed in Level 1: COVID-19 Low risk along with a few other Caribbean countries like the Cayman Islands, Grenada and Anguilla which states that all travellers should wear a mask, maintain physical distance from non-household members, wash hands often or use sanitiser and monitor their health for signs of illness.

This comes as the Territory officially re-opened for visitors on December 1 as Phase III of the Controlled and Restricted Border Re-opening Plan.

The Ministry of Health and Social Development aspires to provide a caring and integrated system of health and social services that facilitates the recovery of human development and quality of life in the British Virgin Islands.

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