The Guam Daily Post - COVID-19 Updates
Tuesday, December 7th, 2021

As COVID-19 cases fall, other hospital admissions remain high

While the number of new COVID-19 cases trends downward, as do the number of related hospitalizations, the number of non-COVID-19 patients at the island's only public hospital remains high. 

32 new COVID-19 cases, 34 hospitalized

The Joint Information Center reported 32 new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, out of 769 tests performed the prior day.

Pediatric COVID-19 vaccines expected next week

The island of Guam is still waiting for its first order of COVID-19 vaccines for children as young as 5 to arrive, and continues to coordinate plans for school-based immunization clinics.

I prayed a lot: Mom, kids survive COVID-19 ordeal

On the day Shawna Marie Barcinas' 7-year-old son was cleared of COVID-19 symptoms including coughing, runny nose and loss of sense of smell, her 2-year-old daughter started having a runny nose and high fever.


Guam mortgage lending sees rise of nonbanks

Guam's mortgage lending market has seen a dramatic shift from traditional banks as the main lenders for real estate loans recorded with the government of Guam.


Elite tournament a success for all

For the past two weeks, sports fans got to witness basketball in its purest form - young hoopers ballin' up simply because they love the game.

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