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Tagaman 2020 postponed

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(MVA) — In consideration of Covid-19, the Tagaman triathlon slated for March 21, 2020 on Saipan has been postponed until further notice.

Gove. Ralph Deleon Guerrero Torres issued an executive order on Monday declaring a state of public health emergency to help prevent possible entry or spread of Covid-19. The order includes a ban on gatherings of more than 50 people in a single space and either mandatory public health testing or mandatory two-week quarantine for all individuals entering the Marianas.

Event organizers Marianas Visitors Authority and Triathlon Association of the CNMI expressed their support for the decision.

“We all look forward to the solution of this worldwide Covid-19 crisis and the resumption of normal activities,” said MVA Managing Director Priscilla M. Iakopo.

Tagaman is an annual signature event of MVA. About 160 athletes have registered for the event.

“As the coronavirus issue continues to evolve, postponement of Tagaman for the community’s well-being is the right thing to do at this point,” said Tagaman event director and TRAC secretary general Ricky Castro. “We will reschedule as soon as the situation improves.”

Registered athletes who wish to cancel registration and receive a full refund may do so by emailing TRAC at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

For more information, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 664-3200/1.

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