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June 2018 is Typhoon Preparedness Month

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JIC Recovery Release No. 7 - Tier II Shelter OPEN, located at Astumbo Gym

All Guam Department of Education (GDOE) emergency shelters have been closed and began the transition back in preparation of classes to resume on Thursday, September 13, 2018

GDOE administrators and school staff sacrificed time away from their families to manage the shelters during the height of the typhoon. The operation ran successfully and without incident. 

For wider distribution: GPD will continue to conduct traffic direction during recovery restoration

Prepared by: Sgt. I Paul S.N. Tapao, Public Information Officer, Guam Police Department

In line with the island’s recovery efforts in the wake of Typhoon Mangkhut, the Guam Police Department along with the Guam Army National Guard will continue to conduct traffic direction from 6:00am-6:00pm on the following roadways:

Food Safety Health Certificate Training Course Reschedule Dates Due to Typhoon Mangkhut

The Division of Environmental Health of the Department of Public Health and Social Services would like to announce to all Health Certificate applicants who were scheduled to attend the Food Safety Health Certificate Training Course on the following dates below will be rescheduled at no cost:

 

Original Date

PRESS RELEASE No.: 2018 - ELIMINATING MOSQUITO BREEDING SITES AND PROTECTING AGAINST BITES

The Department of Public Health and Social Services (DPHSS) is encouraging the public to inspect premises around their homes and businesses for standing water where mosquitoes may breed.  The passing of Typhoon Mangkhut and its accompanying rainfall have created conditions around the island that would encourage the proliferation of mosquitoes, particularly the species that breed in containers, such as Aedes.  Debris strewn by the storm may be collecting water and breeding this species of mosquitoes.  Aedes mosquitoes are known transmitters of dengue fever, Z

PRESS RELEASE No.: 2018 - NOTICE TO ALL HEALTH-REGULATED ESTABLISHMENTS

The Division of Environmental Health (DEH) of the Department of Public Health and Social Services would like to remind all health-regulated establishments that in the event of a power or water outage, affected businesses must ensure appropriate measures are taken in protecting its customers: 

All Food and Water Vending Establishments
  • Power and water must always be available to operate your business.
  • If there is no power and/or water, the establishment must cease operation. 

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