Travelers coming to Guam from the Philippines will automatically be quarantined in a government facility in line with the administration’s new quarantine protocols that require stricter monitoring of passengers from international “hot spots.”
The Governor’s Covid-19 Task Force and the Commonwealth Healthcare Corp. (CHCC) would like to inform the public that one additional person has been recently confirmed to have contracted COVID-19, bringing CNMI’s confirmed case count to 28 since March 28.
Covid-19 cases on Guam have flatlined, indicating that community transmission may have been controlled. But local officials said the resumption of flights and arrival of passengers from various locations leave the island vulnerable to resurgence of large numb...
Gov. Lou Leon Guerrero said the first set of contracts with hotels that have been used as quarantine facilities was acquired by virtue of her public health emergency declaration which she said gave her emergency procurement power.
Effective midnight on Tuesday, March 31, all incoming passengers, regardless of place of origin or transit, are subject to a 14-day quarantine at a government-designated facility upon entry to Guam, Gov. Lou Leon Guerrero announced.