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Guam coronavirus travel advice
The latest coronavirus statistics for Guam and up-to-date resources on travel advice including government organisations and international agencies. Track daily changes of the coronavirus outbreak in Guam.
Guam coronavirus live updates
- Travellers' health for Guam - Guam Department of Public Health
- Coronavirus timeline in Guam - Wikipedia - coronavirus update
Are there entry restrictions to Guam due to the coronavirus?
Guam is open for tourism from the UK.
Negative PCR test results required for arrivals from the UK. All arrivals face a period of quarantine on entering Guam.
Do I need to quarantine in the UK if I travel from Guam?
If you arrive in the UK from Guam you do need to self-isolate for 10 days.
FCO travel advice
Guam coronavirus - latest statistics
Below is the latest Guam coronavirus statistics on the Thursday 21st January 2021 reported at 05:22 (UTC) on 21st January 2021.
- Total number of confirmed cases to date: 7,521
- Total number of deaths to date: 128
- New cases confirmed in the past day: 6
- Deaths recorded in the past day: 0
Guam coronavirus timeseries
Cases over time
Cases by day
Deaths over time
Deaths by day
The data displayed is from the 2019 Novel Coronavirus COVID-19 (2019-nCoV) Data Repository developed by Johns Hopkins University Center for Systems Science and Engineering (JHU CSSE) in Baltimore, United States.
Coronavirus in Oceania
|Country||Total cases||Total deaths||New cases*||New deaths*||Updated|
|Northern Mariana Islands||129||2||0||0||21/01/21|
|Papua New Guinea||835||9||1||0||21/01/21|
*Recorded in the past day.
Travel advice - country by country
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