COVID-19: CDC Warns Against Travel to the US Virgin Islands
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- The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends travelers to avoid all non-essential travel to the US Virgin Islands as the risk of COVID-19 infection in the Islands is high
- The agency also advises all travelers at increased risk of severe illness, including individuals of any age that have an underlying medical condition, to avoid any travel to the US Virgin Islands
- On Thursday, the Virgin Islands Department of Health reported 21 new cases of the coronavirus infection: 3 on St. Croix, 17 on St. Thomas, and 1 case on St. John
- So far, more than 10,520 people have been tested for the coronavirus, with 522 returning positive and 9977 negative
- The territory has reported nine deaths from the infection so far