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There had been no transmission of Covid-19 within commercial establishments, the general manager of Commonwealth Healthcare Corp said on Friday. Esther Muna.

During a press briefing on KKMP radio, she said that since the CHCC conducted contact tracing after identifying 11 cases from March 12, they had not found any cases in which people had been infected in commercial establishments.

Muna would also like to thank the companies that continue to strictly enforce security measures.

As for the 11 cases identified from March 12, 2021, the average age of individuals is 27, she said, adding that seven were eligible for the Covid-19 vaccine, but only one had completed the scheme. vaccination in two doses.

Muna said when the 147th case was identified on March 12 through medical benchmark testing, all immediate contacts were identified.

She said none of those cases required hospitalization.

Of the 182 people screened through contact tracing, only 10 were confirmed positive, although 165 of them had “a sufficient level and duration of exposure”.

“And I had to say the masks are working,” Muna said. “When you are in contact, it is not only to protect yourself but also for others. So when you go to family reunions and come home, we often take our mask off. This is, in certain situations, what has happened, ”she added.

Muna said that to date, 36.5% of the adult CNMI population had been vaccinated and 26% had completed the two-dose vaccination.

Chairman of the Governor’s Covid-19 Task Force Warren Villagomez echoed Muna, saying: “We want to thank companies for complying with security measures. “

He also acknowledged law enforcement agencies who “are working with us to ensure that plastic shields for cashiers and other security measures are in place at establishments to prevent the spread.”

On Sunday, there had been a total of 159 cases of Covid-19 in the CNMI since March 28, 2020 with two deaths in March and April 2020. Of these cases, 123 were diagnosed during screening while traveling: 78 in from the continental United States, 32 from the United States. US territory and 12 from a foreign country.

In addition, there were 36 cases of community transmission, 11 of which were diagnosed at CHCC and 25 through contact tracing.

In Guam, there had been a total of 7,800 officially reported cases of Covid-19 with 134 deaths, 31 cases in active isolation and 7,635 not in active isolation.



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