How are you all doing Christmas?
According to the government announcement, if the in-dining at the restaurant is 25%, it is OK.
The food court eat area has also been opened at Micronesia Mall.
3 out of 4 tables are blocked as shown in the picture, but this is still a significant improvement.
I sincerely hope that the regulations will be relaxed and the acceptance of tourists will begin.
We hope you all have a good year.
There are 10 days left to leave this year. Normally, the city should be crowded with Christmas, but this year it is quiet. As the number of facilities such as churches increased from 25% to 50% the other day, it seems that the number of people in each church has increased a little. There is no Tumon Christmas illuminations this year, but there is only one illumination decoration inside the Guam Memorial Hospital facility.
Seeing this kind of thing makes me feel a little better (laughs)
Update information was announced by the Guam government on December 14th. Regulations have been relaxed a bit, and social gathering has increased from 5 to 10 people. The restaurant will continue to be in-store, but outdoor dining is limited to 10 people. Stores such as shopping malls and supermarkets have been raised from 25% to 50%.
In addition, we received 3,900 vaccines from Pfizer yesterday, and vaccination will start on Thursday, 17th.
In December, the number of positives announced by the government decreased, and recently it has dropped to around 20.
Each option vendor is also starting to sell online tours, etc., albeit little by little. This Saturday, 12th, you can join Lamb Lam Tour's online tour for free! !!
Quoted from Ramram's site below.
Information on the second online tour.
December 12th (Sat) 9: 30-10: 30 * We will deliver the highlights of Guam Japan time by live distribution.
It's almost the same as the tour on October 31st, but with upgraded cameras and microphones ✌️
Participation is free. A total of 100 people are recruited.
Everyone who loves Guam ❤, everyone who could not participate because it was full last time, we are waiting for your participation 🙏
Please come and join us!
HAPPY THANKSGIBING! Today America is Thanksgiving and a holiday. The harbor in the morning is refreshing. It is crowded with fishermen who go fishing on public holidays.
Lockdowns are continuing here in Guam, but the number of positives has not decreased at all, and fines will be officially imposed from today. According to the Department of Public Health Services, "Residents and businesses that violate the COVID-19 rules may be fined from Thanksgiving Day. The Department of Public Health and Social Services finalizes the rules and residents are required to COVID. We have set a fine to prevent people from gathering beyond the -19 limit. "
For more information on the guidelines, please visit the Public Health Service Bureau http://dphss.guam.gov/.
I can't see the future as usual.
The lockdown for the whole of November was announced, and the number of positive people is flat and it is difficult to see the future, but the restaurant is limited to terrace seats, but it is possible to eat and drink.
I went to the most popular PROA in Guam. There are 6 tables on the terrace with a space. After checking in, you will be guided to the table, scan the QR code and order the menu from your mobile phone. Eating out after a long time was very fun and delicious as it helped to relieve stress! !!
Guam, where the number of positive patients does not decrease at all. Although it is PCOR1, it has been gradually relaxed. Micronesia Mall has also opened and you can see people enjoying shopping. Japan Airlines announced the cancellation by the end of November, and each travel agency also announced the cancellation of the tour sales by the end of November. We look forward to the return of tourists as soon as possible.
Regulations have been relaxed a bit, giving locals a little more time to enjoy shopping, golf and fishing. There is a huge shopping line at Ross, waiting for two hours. I also went trolling for a test run of a boat on the weekend. A large amount of yellowfin tuna and bonito! (Lol)
Yesterday (September 24th) the government updated the guidelines on corona.
Please keep PCOR 1 and keep your stay home in principle. From noon on the 25th, retail stores and personal care such as hair, nails, tattoo shops and pet grooming will be able to operate at 25% capacity.
Be sure to keep a social distance (6 feet) and wear a mask. Rally is prohibited.
All common areas, such as shopping mars, remain closed and no meetings are allowed.
Eating in the restaurant is still prohibited, but outdoor dining is limited to families of up to 6 people. There must be a minimum distance of 6 feet between each table.
Shooting ranges, individual water sports and water sports services, single sports such as scuba diving, golf and tennis, sports facilities are permitted.
Organized sporting events continue to be banned.
Regarding entry into Guam, from noon on Saturday, September 26, all immigrant travelers will be quarantined at the Guam government quarantine facility, undergo a PCR test on the 6th day, receive a negative test result, and then home. Continue quarantine at.
Two weeks of isolation has been halved to seven days.
I pray that it will be alleviated as it is.
The photo is the sunrise this morning!
It feels like I'm feeling better (laughs)
With the update on September 11th, PCOR1 has been extended for another week until September 18th. The number of positive people is decreasing little by little, but the current situation is that hospitals are not catching up with the number of positive people among medical staff.
The other day I went to see the situation in Appla Bay. Normally it is crowded with tourists, but it was very quiet because no one could enter now. It's a nice season with good weather, though ...
There were a lot of people walking in the evening.
There are free PCR tests in each municipality of Guam. The number of infected people did not decrease in September, and PCOR1 was extended until September 11th.
I became PCOR1 on August 16, but since then 105 people 60 people 53 people and yesterday the number of positive patients continues to increase... 83 people. Regulations have been tightened since 24th, and government agencies and banks are closed. There are strict regulations prohibiting access to public spaces such as parks and beaches, and prohibiting walking, running, biking, and pet walking. I just hope that it will converge quickly.