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On Guam, 3 new positive Covid-19 cases; total now 32

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HAGÅTÑA (Pacific News Center) — The Guam Department of Public Health and Social Services tested 38 individuals for Covid-19 on Tuesday, March 24, 2020 with conclusive results. Three tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 and 35 tested negative for SARS-CoV-2.

Several buses enter the Pacific Star Resort & Spa on Monday. Similar buses were seen unloading quarantined travelers from Hotel Santa Fe Guam on the same day.  Photo by John O’Connor/The Guam Daily Post

A total of 233 tests were performed from March 12, 2020 through March 24, 2020 with conclusive results. To date, a total of 32 cases tested positive and 201 cases tested negative for Covid-19 with one death. All 31 remaining confirmed cases are in isolation.

The Government of Guam said it is aggressively implementing its Covid-19 response to identify and contain transmission of Covid-19 in Guam. With any change in status, anticipate timely notification.

Profiles of earlier confirmed cases

Most of Guam Covid-19 known positive cases have epidemiological links to other confirmed cases. Profiles of the previous 29 confirmed cases, not including confirmed cases from Tuesday:

Status

21 in stable condition

5 hospitalized

1 deceased

Gender

12 males

17 females

Residential location

7 from the north

14 from central

7 from the south

1 still under investigation for place of residence

Travel history

1- Japan

5 – Philippines

1 – U.S. Mainland

Age groups

1 is in his/her 90s

2 are in their 80s

11 are in their 60s

4 are in their 50s

5 are in their 40s

3 are in their 30s

3 are in their 20s

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