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Congressman Discharged From Hospital

KUAM

According to a post on his Facebook page , Congressman Michael San Nicolas has been discharged from the Guam Memorial Hospital. He was admitted two days ago after spending four hours at the GovGuam Isolation Facility in Tumon. As we reported the Congressman said his physician told him to isolate after being diagnosed as having viral pneumonia.

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San Nicolas Now Recuperating At Home; Says His Medical Condition Has Improved

Congressman Michael San Nicolas’ medical condition has improved and he is now back home after spending time at the Guam Memorial Hospital. In a post on his Facebook page, San Nicolas said he was hospitalized for two days and two nights and received multiple steroid IVs, Azithromycin IV, and 4 nebulizer treatments.

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53 New COVID-19 Cases; 2 More GDOE Employees Test Positive

The Joint Information Center reported 53 new COVID-19 cases as of 4:30 pm, Saturday, Oct. 31. To date, there have been a total of 4,681 officially reported cases of COVID-19 with 79 deaths, 1,936 cases in active isolation and 2,666 not in active isolation.

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Number Of Hospitalized On Guam Approaches Triple-digits For First Time

KUAM

Saturday's COVID-19 testing saw Government of Guam officials collect 423 samples, with 53 of those returning positive for coronavirus – being a 12.5% positivity rate. There are now 4,681 cases that have been reported since March 15, with 79 people having passed away due to complications from COVID.

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53 People Test Positive For COVID-19 Fifty-three People Test Positive For COVID-19, Guam's Overall Total Now At 4,681 Confirmed Cases News | Just Now

Pacific Daily News

Fifty-three people tested positive for COVID-19 on Saturday, according to the Joint Information Center. The new cases bring Guam's overall total to 4,681 confirmed cases, including 79 deaths, 1,936 cases in active isolation, and 2,666 people no longer in isolation.

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Assistive Technology Conference Supports Disabilities The University Of Guam Will Host The 26th Annual Guam System For Assistive Technology Conference Virtually From 10 A.m. To Noon Nov. 6 And Nov. 13. Local | 39 Mins Ago

Pacific Daily News

The University of Guam will host the 26th Annual Guam System for Assistive Technology Conference virtually from 10 a.m. to noon Nov. 6 and Nov. 13. “This virtual conference will showcase innovation at home, including how to craft assistive technology devices at home and also how the technology....

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GOP: ‘Democrat Majority Turns A Blind Eye While Governor Imposes A Dictatorship’

The Republican Party of Guam has accused Gov. Lou Leon Guerrero of acting like a dictator when she signed Executive Order 2020-38 with the intent of suspending the Administrative Adjudication Law, which is a government mandate on how rules and regulations are established for government policy.

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COVID Continues To Overwhelm Hospital Staff

KUAM

Even with the arrival of nurses brought in to ease the load at the Guam Memorial Hospital, exhaustion is taking its toll. The influx of patients and the long hours are leaving some nurses completely drained, GMH Administrator Lillian Posadas said. "They're getting sick, they're working a lot of....

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Draft COVID-19 Enforcement Rules Released Public Health Will Have Hearings Through Zoom On Oct. 31 And On Nov. 4. Local | 22 Hours Ago

Pacific Daily News

The Department of Public Health and Social Services released its new draft enforcement rules which propose fines for violating COVID-19-related guidelines, and the department scheduled public hearings for the rules on Halloween and the day after the general election.

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Michael Sheppard Turns Elite Bodybuilder

Pacific Daily News

The first few days after Michael “Mike” Sheppard officially entered his place in elite bodybuilding, he felt at a loss. It wasn’t just the excitement, anticipation, and overwhelming feeling the 47-year-old weightlifter felt after achieving the International Federation of Bodybuilding and Fitness pro....

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DPHSS Looking Into San Nicolas Stay At GovGuam Isolation Facility; Congressman Now In GMH

Guam Congressman Michael San Nicolas says he’s received a “clinical positive for COVID” assessment, which requires immediate isolation and monitoring. He gave the update on his Facebook account late Thursday night. In the post, San Nicolas said a COVID swab showed a negative result “possibly due to....

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Wave Of Anxiety And Depression Sweeping The Island With COVID

KUAM

As Crisis Hotline calls go up, so does the workload, Guam Behavioral Health Director Therese Arriola. Luckily, they've got some help to divide the workload. "It's across the board, it's male, female, all ages, who have calls for: anxiety calls that somebody just needs to talk and they're fine after....

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