Governor eyes going down to PCOR-2 status when school starts

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Governor Lou Leon Guerrero said she is planning to implement another easing of restrictions starting next week.

Speaking with reporters during the departure of the China Airlines medical mission to Taiwan, the governor said she plans to revert back to PCOR-2 when school starts on Jan. 18.

The governor essentially confirmed what Adelup communications director Krystal Paco-San Agustin said about a possible easing of restrictions.

“We continue to monitor the CAR score daily. The hope is to transition to PCOR2 on or before the start of face-to-face instruction,” San Agustin informed PNC.

The governor earlier allowed the reopening of Guam Department of Education schools, including face-to-face learning.

But she said this was contingent of Guam maintaining a low COVID positivity score.

Guam has been on an average low CAR score of below 2.0 for more than two weeks now.