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Guam reports seven Covid deaths



By Pacific Island Times News Staff


The Department of Public Health and Social Services today reported seven Covid-19 related fatalities, bringing the island's death toll to 315 as the rate of daily infections continued to surge.


The department reported 495 new cases of Covid-19 from 1,508 specimens analyzed on Feb. 15. Of this total, 84 cases were reported today are through the Department of Defense. To date, there have been a total of 41,386 officially reported cases, 315 deaths, 5,646 cases in active isolation, and 35,425 not in active isolation.


The 309th fatality occurred at Guam Regional Medical City on Feb. 4, 2022. The patient was a 51-year-old woman, partially vaccinated, with underlying health conditions. She tested positive on Feb. 2.


The 310th fatality was pronounced dead on arrival at GRMC on Feb. 10. The patient was a 44-year-old woman, fully vaccinated, without a booster shot with underlying health conditions. She tested positive on Feb. 5.


The 311th fatality occurred at GRMC on Feb. 12. The patient was a 91-year-old man, unvaccinated, with underlying health conditions who tested positive on Feb. 4.


The 312th fatality occurred at GRMC on Feb. 12. The patient was a 65-year-old woman, unvaccinated, with underlying health conditions who tested positive on Feb. 3.


The 313th fatality occurred at GRMC on Feb. 13. The patient was a 76-year-old man, fully vaccinated, without a booster shot, with underlying health conditions who tested positive on Feb. 2.


The 314th fatality occurred at GRMC on Feb. 15. The patient was a 52-year-old man, fully vaccinated, without a booster shot, with underlying health conditions who tested positive on Feb. 11.


The 315th fatality occurred at GRMC on Feb. 16. The patient was a 77-year-old man, fully vaccinated, with a booster shot, with underlying health conditions who tested positive on Feb. 15.


“It is with heavy hearts we report more loss and sadness. To their family and friends, Jeff, Josh, and I extend our deepest sympathies and condolences,” said Gov. Lou Leon Guerrero. “If someone you love is showing symptoms of Covid, please get tested. We have the tools to save lives, and we must use them to our fullest extent.”



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