26 new COVID cases confirmed Wednesday night so far, PCOR-1 may be declared


Guam added another 26 confirmed cases of COVID-19 Wednesday night.

Krystal Paco-San Agustin, the Governor’s Press Secretary, told PNC News that’s just the preliminary figure as they continue gathering data from other labs, including: Guam Memorial Hospital, GRMC, the DLS Lab and Naval Hospital.

Wednesday’s 26, so far, are in addition to 15 cases from Tuesday’s testing and Monday’s 16 new COVID-patients.

In three days, Guam has confirmed 57 new cases of the virus, thus far.

Paco-San Agustin said Governor Lou Leon Guerrero, who herself is in isolation recovering from the disease, is heavily considering reverting the Island back to PCOR 1.

The Governor is reviewing the decision and receiving guidance from the Physicians Advisory Group and Public Health today, Thursday.

Paco-San Agustin said, “we’ll announce once it’s been determined.”

PNC sources say the target date for PCOR-1 is this Saturday.

This is a developing story. Check back for more updates.