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On Guam, 87 new Covid-19 cases

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HAGÅTÑA (The Guam Daily Post) — There were 87 new Covid-19 cases confirmed Monday night.

That, along with the 104 confirmed cases over the weekend,  pushed the island to 907 total cases since testing started in March.

That also pushes up the total number of people who have active cases of the virus to 472, for the first time exceeding the number of people who’ve overcome the virus, which is 428.

The Astumbo Elementary Grab-N-Go School Meal program is shown at the Astumbo campus on July 21. The meal program has ended and the school's employees are now working from home. Photo by Norman M. Taruc/The Guam Daily Post

There are 17 people who are hospitalized, four of whom are in intensive care unit, confirmed Krystal Paco-San Agustin, the governor’s press secretary.

Last week, the governor announced two Covid-19 related fatalities, raising that total to seven.

Of the total cases, 764 are civilians and 143 are military.

The breakdown of the past few days follows:

Aug. 21 —  65

Aug. 22 — 37

Aug. 23 — 37

 

 

 

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