Passengers traveling through the A.B. Won Pat International Airport on Guam are subjected to thermal imaging scans to measure body temperatures as authorities battle the spread of the coronavirus.
Pacific Daily News
As Thanksgiving approaches, thousands of Guam residents weigh the risk of pandemic travel. Among this group of people, college students face a daunting challenge: How to safely return home but avoid bringing a deadly virus.
In a country with 250,000 coronavirus deaths, universities nationwide are allowing students to go home for a long Thanksgiving break and finish their semesters remotely.
So what are experts recommending to students to reduce the possibility carrying the coronavirus with them?
Public Health website
All college students returning to Guam are subject to quarantine. Proof of negative test results outside of Guam aren’t accepted.
The Department of Public Health and Social Services website delineates requirements prior to travel. Incoming passengers, regardless of