Guam to resume accepting visitors from Japan, South Korea and Taiwan July 1, 2020
Breaking News: May 29, Tumon, Guam
Guam's Governor Lou Leon Guerrero announced on May 27 that it will resume accepting visitors to Guam from Japan, South Korea and Taiwan on July 1, 2020. The 14-day quarantine and inspection requirements have been lifted, and travelers will once again be able to enjoy the beautiful island of Guam. Guam has developed important health care guidelines to ensure the safety of the Guam community and international travelers.
The Governor said: “We have worked hard to create the necessary guidelines to prevent the spread of COVID-19. And now we are experiencing the spirit of "Hafa Adai" in Guam (Hafaday, a friendly greeting in CHamoro). We are pleased to welcome everyone back to Guam. "
Former Governor of Guam, Interim Director of Tourism Guam and CEO Karl TC Gutierrez said, “Thanks to everyone in the travel industry for giving us time. Now it's time to get up and move. Japan, South Korea and Taiwan have been successful in stopping the spread of COVID-19 as have we in Guam. Thanks to our mutual efforts, we are able to fully welcome our visitors.”