14 confirmed positive out of 522 tests

Port, private school report positive cases

Fourteen new cases of Covid-19 were identified out of 522 tests performed Tuesday, June 1.


One case reported recent travel history and was identified in quarantine. Six cases were identified through contact tracing.


To date, there have been a total of 8,187 officially reported cases of Covid-19 with 139 deaths, 62 cases in active isolation, and 7,986 not in active isolation. The CAR Score is 0.5.


At the Port Authority of Guam, General Manager Rory J. Respicio said an employee has tested positive for Covid-19.


The employee remains in isolation and is experiencing mild symptoms.


Respicio said the latest case also includes an additional 44 Port employees who have been identified as potentially exposed.


“Our Port Contact Tracing Team immediately began working on the case to identify all of the contacts and notified the Department of Public Health and Social Services to schedule testing for the additional 44 employees,” Respicio said.


The Archdiocese of Agaña is working closely with the Department of Public Health and Social Services on contact tracing after two schools each reported one positive case of Covid-19 today, Wed., June 2.

Saint Anthony Catholic School reported that one member of its school community tested positive for the virus.


The regular school year already ended for Saint Anthony on May 21. However, because Saint Anthony has begun summer school, out of an abundance of caution it will revert to full remote learning for its summer classes for the rest of the week.

Academy of Our Lady of Guam also had one member of its school community test positive for the virus yesterday.

School administrators of Saint Anthony and Academy assure their parents and guardians that they are following all the necessary steps to ensure the safety of their students and adults. They met with Archdiocese Task Force members and the Superintendent of Catholic Education earlier tonight.

Principals are communicating with their respective school communities and will advise them of any updates. By law, neither the schools nor Public Health are permitted to disclose the names of individuals who have Covid-19.