USVI Travel Portal To Be Discontinued
The USVI Travel Portal, launched during the Covid-19 pandemic in an attempt to minimize the spread of the virus from individuals entering the USVI, will be discontinued on Wednesday, June 1.
What is the USVI Travel Portal?
The USVI Travel Portal is an online travel planning tool that was created by the United States Virgin Islands Department of Tourism. The portal allowed users to research and plan their trips to the USVI, as well as book hotels and activities. The portal will be discontinued on July 1, 2019.
Who is Affected by the USVI Travel Portal?
According to the USVI Travel Portal, the last day to make a new application will be April 11, 2019. After this date, the portal will no longer be accessible and all current applications will be processed through the new system. This change will affect those who are currently in the process of planning their travel to the USVI, as well as those who have already submitted an application but have not yet received a decision.
How Will I Be Affected if I’m an American Citizen?
The United States Virgin Islands (USVI) is a group of islands located in the Caribbean Sea. USVI Travel Portal was created as a way for American citizens to easily find travel information about the USVI. However, the portal is being discontinued, and American citizens will no longer have easy access to travel information about the USVI.
If you’re an American citizen planning to travel to the USVI, you may be wondering how this change will affect you. The good news is that there are other ways to get travel information about the USVI. The USVI Tourism website offers a wealth of information about traveling to the USVI, and you can also contact the USVI Department of Tourism for more assistance.
While it’s unfortunate that the USVI Travel Portal is being discontinued, there are still plenty of resources available to help you plan your trip to the US Virgin Islands.
If I’m not an American Citizen, will this still be Affecting me?
No, the USVI Travel Portal will not be affecting you if you are not an American Citizen. The blog section is being discontinued due to the fact that it was not being used by many people.
What is Being Done to Minimize the Spread of Covid-19 in the US and Territories?
The USVI Travel Portal will be discontinued as of April 30th. All travel to the US Virgin Islands will be suspended until further notice in an effort to minimize the spread of Covid-19 in the US and its territories.
The decision to suspend travel was made after it was determined that the USVI had a higher rate of Covid-19 infections than any other territory in the US. As of April 27th, there have been a total of 957 cases of Covid-19 in the USVI.
There are several steps being taken to minimize the spread of Covid-19 in the USVI. A nightly curfew is in effect from 10pm to 5am. Non-essential businesses have been ordered to close. And, all visitors to the USVI must quarantine for 14 days upon arrival.
The suspension of travel to the USVI is expected to have a significant impact on the territory’s economy. The tourism industry is a major contributor to the USVI’s GDP and employs a large percentage of the population. The discontinuation of the USVI Travel Portal will likely lead to job losses and a decrease in revenue for businesses that rely on tourism.
The USVI Travel Portal will be discontinued as of September 30, 2019. We hope that you will continue to use our other services, such as our website and mobile app, to plan your travels. Thank you again for your support!