The British Virgin Islands is easing restrictions for vaccinated travelers.
It will reduce the quarantine requirement to just one day to await results of a Covid test taken on arrival.
It takes effect from 15 May.
All arrivals will still need a pre-departure negative PCR test result within five days of travel, and will be required to take a test upon arrival.
Fully vaccinated travelers have to quarantine until the negative test result is confirmed, and then will be free to travel around the BVI.
Rules on physical distancing and wearing masks will remain in force.