|Tuesday, December 7th, 2021|
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.
The Joint Information Center reported 32 new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, out of 769 tests performed the prior day.
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.
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'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.
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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