Guam detects two possible COVID-19 cases; patients in isolation


The Guam Department of Public Health and Social Services on Wednesday confirmed two possible cases on Guam that are currently being evaluated for suspected COVID-19 infection.

“These individuals do not meet the full criteria for a person under investigation (PUI) as determined by the Hawaii State Laboratories Division,” a press release from Adelup said.

Earlier in the day, the Guam Regional Medical City said the first patient was being tested for COVID-19 and had been placed in isolation at the GRMC after arriving from the Philippines last night, GRMC said Wednesday.

"Samples have been taken from the PUI and sent to Hawaii for testing. The PUI will be transferred to Guam Memorial Hospital