Guam Guard helping Public Health’s COVID-19 Records Unit

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From left, Spc. Constance Iglesias, Ashley Mendiola, Christina Rapadas, Jessica Camacho, and Spc. Brian Deleon Guerrero, document passenger arrivals for COVID-19 tracking at the Guam Department of Public Health and Social Services records section in Tamuning on July 15. Camacho, unit lead for the COVID Records Unit, said of the Guard troops, "They are task-oriented and flexible; they can do anything that we ask them to do. They're really great people and they blend with everybody, and we greatly appreciate their help." Iglesias and Deleon Guerrero are two of six Guard Soldiers currently assigned to DPHSS under Task Force Medical.
Guam Guard soldiers are now assisting the Guam Department of Public Health and Social Services document passenger arrivals for COVID-19 tracking.
Jessica Camacho, unit lead for the COVID Records Unit, said of the Guard troops, “They are task-oriented and flexible; they can do anything that we ask them to do.”
“They’re really great people and they blend with everybody, and we greatly appreciate their help,” she said.
There are six Guard Soldiers currently assigned to DPHSS under Task Force Medical.
Spc. Brian Deleon Guerrero of the Guam National Guard’s 1-294th “Chamorri Battalion” Medics, right, assists Christina Rapadas of the Guam Department of Public Health and Social Services COVID-19 Records Unit document passenger arrivals in Tamuning on July 15.