Latisha Leon Guerrero of Agat waited for months before she was able to travel to Taiwan to undergo bariatric surgery at China Medical University hospital. She is among several other Guam residents seeking medical care off-island during the pandemic and was finally able to get on a charter flight via China Airlines. The Taiwan and Economic Cultural Office and GovGuam worked on the joint humanitarian and medical charter flight.
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