No need of COVID-19 vaccination to travel U.S.; COVID vaccines, testing still available on Guam

Department of Public Health and Social Services

United States citizens and nonimmigrant air travelers no longer need to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination to board a flight to the U.S., effective May 12, according to the Guam Department of Public Health and Social Services. 

This announcement comes from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention or CDC, following the end of the federal Public Health Emergency, after more than three years of being in force. 

Meanwhile, although the Public Health Emergency ended on May 11 across the nation, COVID-19 vaccines and testing for the virus are still free to Guam residents. COVID vaccines and testing can be availed of at the Northern Region Community Health Center in Dededo and the Southern Region Community Health Center in Inalahan, which are both operated by DPHSS.

To schedule an appointment, contact 671-635-7525/6 or 671-828-7604/5/7518.

Bring a photo ID, DPHSS said when availing of services. 


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Isaiah Aguon, also known as Izzy, is news director for the Pacific News Center. He returned to PNC in April 2023, after leaving Sorensen Media Group about two years ago in April 2021. As news director, his duties include anchoring PNC's radio and television stations, producing news, and managing and editing PNC's digital and social media platforms. Aguon, 21, formerly worked at KUAM News as a television news anchor, show host, and multimedia journalist for more than a year. He previously worked for The Guam Daily Post, Marianas Business Journal, and Guam Business Magazine.