Two test positive for COVID-19 Sunday; Guam total at 150
Staff Reports, Pacific Daily News/USA TODAY NetworkPublished 8:57 p.m. ChT May 3, 2020 | Updated 9:04 p.m. ChT May 3, 20200:080:42https://imasdk.googleapis.com/js/core/bridge3.383.0_en.html#goog_1003224189CLOSECONNECTTWEETLINKEDINCOMMENTEMAILMORE
An illustration image of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19. (Photo: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
Two people tested positive for COVID-19 on Sunday, according to the Joint Information Center.
The Department of Public Health and Social Services tested 81 individuals for COVID-19 on May 3.
The other 79 tested negative. The results include samples from clinics, hospitals, the quarantine facility and samples from the COVID-19 expanded testing at the Hemlani Apartments in Harmon.
To date, 150 cases have been confirmed, with 5 deaths and 126 released from isolation. All remaining cases are in isolation.
Six people previously released from isolation have returned to active isolation status this week. These cases were returned to active isolation status after re-testing positive for COVID-19 through follow-up testing. To date, no additional cases have been linked to people released from isolation, according to the Joint Information Center.
The overall count also includes probable cases of COVID-19 and confirmed positive cases tested by the Naval Health Research Center in San Diego, the U.S. Naval Hospital Guam, Guam Memorial Hospital, Guam Regional Medical City, the Guam National Guard and Diagnostic Laboratory Services.
Those who have been swabbed for the COVID-19 test can expect to be notified of test results from either their provider if samples were taken in a clinic or hospital or by Public Health staff if samples were taken during community expanded testing.
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