For Immediate Release

Source: United States Virgin Islands Department of Tourism

Contacts:

Alani Henneman-Todman, U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Tourism +1 340 774-8784
ahenneman@usvitourism.vi

Keisha Nelson, Marketplace Excellence +1 201 861-2056
keisha@marketplaceexcellence.com

U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS (August 16, 2021) – Business operations in the U.S. Virgin Islands (USVI) are uninterrupted following the passage of Tropical Storm Grace, which has now been reclassified as a depression, over the weekend.

The weather system brought rainfall, and had no impact on the Territory’s tourism infrastructure, the Department of Tourism reported.

“We are thankful for the leadership of Governor Albert Bryan Jr. in preparing us for this weather event, and pray that those who are now in the storm’s path will be safe,” said Joseph Boschulte, USVI Commissioner of Tourism.

Airports and seaports are open with normal operations; however, a few airlines have reported some cancellations. Travelers are reminded to contact airlines for updates and advisories.

All major roads are clear, and government offices opened today.

Questions or concerns may be directed to the Department of Tourism at info@usviupdate.com. The Department may also be reached at (800) 372-USVI (8784) or 340 774-8784.

About the U.S. Virgin Islands
For more information about the United States Virgin Islands, go to VisitUSVI.com, follow us on Instagram (@visitusvi) and Twitter (@usvitourism), and become a fan on Facebook (www.facebook.com/VisitUSVI). When traveling to the U.S. Virgin Islands, U.S. citizens enjoy all the conveniences of domestic travel – including on-line check-in – making travel to the U.S. Virgin Islands easier than ever. As a United States Territory, travel to the U.S. Virgin Islands does not require a passport from U.S. citizens arriving from Puerto Rico or the U.S. mainland. Entry requirements for non-U.S. citizens are the same as for entering the United States from any foreign destination. Upon departure, a passport is required for all but U.S. citizens.

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