On April 30, the Governor of Guam announced that it would delay the resumption of tourism, which had been targeted for May 1, by two weeks.
The quarantine period will be shortened or shortened on May 15, and travelers who have completed vaccination will be exempted from quarantine. For unvaccinated travelers, government quarantine will continue for up to 10 days instead of the current 14 days, based on the recommendations of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In Guam, more than 64,000 people have been vaccinated so far, exceeding 62,500, which is 50% of the adult population, by May 1, the initial target.
The CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) travel risk index has dropped from level 4 to level 3. The government is pushing to vaccinate 80% of the adult population by July to further reduce risk. It was also announced that the 14-day entry quarantine from May 1st could be eased. If the vaccination rate exceeds 50% as of May 1, and there is a negative proof within 72 hours, the quarantine exemption is expected to be applied.
The age of vaccinated cormorants was also reduced to 16 on March 23.