As of Tuesday morning, island hospitals reported 45 admitted patients for COVID treatment.
Of the 45, Guam Memorial has 42 and the Naval Hospital is treating three patients.
At GMH, four of the 42 patients are ICU level care and out of those, one is on a ventilator.
As for the ages of those hospitalized at GMH, Lillian Perez-Posadas confirmed that 7 patients are between the ages of 35-49 and 22 patients are between 50-69. There are 13 patients who are between 70-95 years-old.
There were previously three patients at GRMC awaiting transfer to GMH for COVID-treatment and as of Tuesday morning, all patients had been transferred, with COVID-positives remaining at Guam Regional.
GMH is Guam’s designated COVID hospital.
There was no medical status provided or age-range for those patients currently at Naval Hospital Guam.