This is according to Immigration Minister Vincent Wheatley who told BVI News that requests have been made for countries such as St Vincent, Grenada, Jamaica, and Guyana.
Wheatley said persons could begin to depart the territory starting today, July 21.
“Once the Premier gives the green light, flights can begin as early as Tuesday of this week, based on the protocols of the country they are flying to,” he stated.
The minister also said government is considering to use local airline, VI Airlink to transport persons to their respective destinations in the region.
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