By 8 am. on Sunday, certain restrictions imposed by the government of Guam to contain the spread of Covid-19 will be lifted as Gov. Lou Leon Guerrero moves the island to Pandemic Condition of Readiness (PCOR) 2.
PCOR 2 is the level with moderate restrictions and is int...
Gov. Lou Leon Guerrero on Friday signed an executive order officially extending the public health emergency through May 30 and establishing he Pandemic Conditions of Readiness (PCOR) system that determines the levels of restrictions on community activities.
The people of Guam tune in to the governor’s daily press conference not only to catch daily updates on the status of Covid-19 pandemic, but also to get information that is relevant to their quarantined life. For pure entertainment, there is Netflix.
Recent test results have indicated that the Covid-19 transmission may have slowed down on Guam but Gov. Lou Leon Guerrero said it’s too soon for the government to lift the emergency restrictions and for the community to relax.
Gov. Lou Leon Guerrero has extended the public health emergency declaration to May 5, which entails the continuation of social isolation and the prohibition of all forms of social gatherings in an effort to curb the spread of Covid-19.
As Guam’s Covid-19 tally continues to mount each day, the local medical community anticipates the situation to be much worse than what the current statistics show, Gov. Lou Leon Guerrero said, warning that “the worst is yet to come.”