Top business organizations are sounding the alarm over the spike in infections.

The Guam Hotel and Restaurant Association, the Guam Chamber and the Women's Chamber issued a joint release to all local businesses "strongly urging them to take the necessary precautions recommended by Guam's medical professionals to keep customers and the community safe."

They are encouraging businesses to reduce occupancy to 50-percent, and to enforce the now-familiar "three Ws":

  • Watch your distance with six feet social distancing
  • Wear your mask (unless actively eating or drinking)
  • Wash your hands.

They also remind businesses to record proper contact tracing documentation and to encourage employees and customers to be vaccinated.