Some island residents can expect their stimulus checks to hit bank accounts soon if they haven’t received them already.
PNC’s Isaiah Aguon went out into the community to speak with residents to see how they will spend their checks.
PNC went to the USPS Post Office in Hagatna to see what Guamanians are looking forward to when they receive their stimulus checks.
Island residents who spoke with PNC said that their checks will be going mostly towards paying bills.
Shad, who is a Merizo resident, says that she recently moved into her new home and that her stimulus will be going to pay for necessities.
The 26-year-old said that she moved into her place in December and is looking to make things feel like home.
“Sadly, to pay bills. After getting my bills paid, I just hope to be getting some appliances for my house that’s pretty much it,” she said.
Meanwhile, a Santa Rita resident said he isn’t too excited about receiving his stimulus check.
Allan says that his income has been affected and it’s difficult to make ends meet because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
He stated that he will be using the check to renovate his home.
“Just renewing the house and renovation,” he said.
Kamarin Baker says that her stimulus check will also help her assist with paying bills.
The Barrigada resident said that she is excited to receive her check.
“Yes, I need help with paying bills and I am excited about that,” she said.