The Virgin Islands will remain under a 3-hour curfew until April 8, 2021, according to the latest Curfew Order gazetted on March 26, 2021.
"The public is asked to take note that under this Order, the Curfew remains in effect between the hours of 2:01 am and 4:59 am daily, from Thursday, March, 25, 2021 until Thursday, April 8, 2021, subject to such conditions as stipulated in this Order," Government Information Service (GIS) said in a press release.
The curfew will also place restrictions on persons who operate a vessel, which means they are only permitted to operate the vessel within territorial waters between the hours of 5:01 am to 10:00 pm daily, and within navigational limits to define the northern and southern boundaries of the VI's Exclusive Zone.
The curfew is currently in effect as signed by Governor John J. Rankin, CMG.
The Virgin Islands
currently has zero active confirmed cases of COVID-19 and the territory continues the rollout of its COVID-19 public vaccination drive.