Information on Coronavirus (COVID-19)



 
E.g., 01/23/2022
E.g., 01/23/2022

JIC RELEASE NO. 922 - 274th COVID-19-related Fatality Reported; COVID-19 Test Results: 423 New Cases, 18 Hospitalized; COVID-19 Testing and Vaccination Clinic Schedules; DPHSS Isolation Clearance Letters Available via E-mail

The Joint Information Center was notified that Guam’s 274th COVID-19-related fatality was pronounced dead on arrival at the U.S. Naval Hospital Guam (USNH) on January 11, 2022. The patient was a 66-year-old female, partially vaccinated with underlying health conditions. She tested positive on January 11, 2022. 
   

JIC RELEASE NO. 919 - COVID-19-related Fatalities Adjusted; Cumulative COVID-19 Test Results: 309 New Cases, 15 Hospitalized; Tiyan COVID-19 Outreach Moves to Appointment-Based Testing; SNAP Supplemental Emergency Allotment for January 2022

Two (2) COVID-19 positive patients whose deaths were previously reported as COVID-19-related fatalities on November 4, 2021 and December 13, 2021, were subsequently found not to be the result of COVID-19. The Department of Public Health and Social Service (DPHSS) Office of Epidemiology and Research has revised the COVID-19-related fatality count to 272. 
   

JIC RELESE NO. 914 - 274th COVID-19-related Fatality Reported; COVID-19 Test Results: 243 New Cases, 12 Hospitalized; Tiyan COVID-19 Outreach Moves to Appointment-Based Testing

The Joint Information Center was notified that Guam’s 274th COVID-19-related fatality occurred at the Guam Memorial Hospital on December 2, 2021. The patient was a 76-year-old female, vaccinated with underlying health conditions. She tested positive on September 18, 2021. 
   

JIC RELEASE NO. 913 - COVID-19 Test Results: 263 New Cases, 13 Hospitalized; COVID-19 Booster Shot Interval Shortened, Eligibility Expands, and 3rd Primary Dose for Immunocompromised Children 5 to 11 Year-Olds Available; Register for SimpleReport for Fast

Look for emergency warning signs for COVID-19. Seek emergency medical care immediately or call 911 if you have trouble breathing, persistent pain or pressure in the chest, new confusion, inability to wake or stay awake, or bluish lips or face. Individuals who are sick are advised to:
   

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