Anguilla has been official declared "Covid-free" by the World Health Organization (WHO).
The Caribbean nation was last week downgraded from having "sporadic cases" to "no cases".
The Anguilla Tourist Board this week welcome news of the "important milestone" for the country.
While the country’s government is working on plans to gradually reopen its borders, the destination will remain shut to international visitors until at least 30 June.
The government is encouraging the community to continue practising the same control measures that have been in place over the pst three months.
These include staying at home if feeling unwell, practising good hand and respiratory hygiene, and maintaining social distance of at least three-feet from other people.
"These practices are the new normal, which must be maintained into the foreseeable future," said the tourist board.