Guam extends public health emergency
By Pacific Island Times News Staff
Gov. Lou Leon Guerrero has extended the public health emergency for another 30 days.
Originally scheduled to end on Nov. 5, the public health emergency now remains in place until Dec. 6.
"In anticipation of a target end date for the public health emergency on
Jan. 11, 2023, affected agencies are instructed to coordinate the transition
measures and provide information to individuals affected by any consequent
change in services," Leon Guerrero stated in a new executive order.
The governor first declared Guam under a state of public emergency on March 15, 2020 when the first cases of Covid-19 were detected on island.