Update 2021-07-06 (2): On Monday (05 July), the Federal Foreign Office significantly eased the entry restrictions imposed on the British Virgin Islands due to the spread of particularly contagious Corona variants. According to the Robert Koch Institute, the British Virgin Islands will be downgraded from a virus variant area to a high incidence area on Wednesday (07 July).
Update 2021-07-06 (1): As of Monday (12 July), fully vaccinated persons must have a rapid test done at their own expense upon entry. In addition, a BVI Gateway Traveller Authorisation Certificate must be purchased. Partially vaccinated persons must have a PCR test after entry and quarantine for four days, after which a PCR test is also required. Partially vaccinated and unvaccinated persons must also obtain a BVI Gateway Traveller Authorisation Certificate. Unvaccinated persons must have a PCR test after entry and be quarantined for seven days, at the end of which another PCR test will be taken. There is currently a night curfew from 11:00 p.m. to 05:00 a.m. (local time). Entertainment facilities are closed. Restaurants are not allowed to serve more than 25 people inside.