The British Virgin Islands plans to reopen to visitors on Dec. 1, according to Andrew Fahie, the country's premier and minister of finance.

Entry requirements and protocols will be announced soon, according to Fahie.

His reopening announcement coincided with the launch of BVILOVE, the country's new tourism campaign, which highlights the British Virgin Islands' attractions, history, people and way of life.

The BVI is in Phase 2 of its Restricted Border & Controlled Re-entry Plan, which allows only approved categories of people into the territory, including residents, work permit holders, homeowners, students, teachers, diplomats and medical personnel. 

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