Quarantined travelers from the Philippines housed at the Days Inn were transferred Monday night to Pacific Star Hotel Resort & Spa.
The Governor’s Office declined to identify the Pacific Star as a quarantine site.
However, the Governor’s Press Secretary Krystal Paco-San Agustin issued the following statement: “The government of Guam has acquired a new quarantine facility which is better suited to that mission. Our other facilities are being monitored to meet the medical mission associated with COVID-19.”
One of the quarantined passengers, who has identified himself to PNC News as “Joe”, told K-57 this morning that he was among the passengers transferred from the Day’s Inn to the Pacific Star last night.
‘Joe’ said he was told the hotel has now been “designated a government facility” and they “can not order room service.”
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