The Guam Memorial Hospital says six more people were admitted to the facility since Tuesday for COVID-19 treatment, bringing them up to 29 total as of Wednesday morning.
Lillian Perez-Posadas confirmed with PNC News that four are in the Care 2 dedicated COVID-ICU ward. Three of them are considered intensive care patients.
In the Care 4 more stabilized care ward there are 21 patients admitted. Perez-Posadas says one is considered ICU, four are PCU and 16 are receiving telemetry care.
There are an additional four people in the Emergency Room, two are ICU patients.
No one is currently on a ventilator, although some are receiving supplemental oxygen through nasal tubes and masks.