32-year-old woman is island's latest COVID-19 related fatality, 165 new virus cases reported
Another life is lost due to COVID-19, as the Joint Information Center reports the island’s 371st COVID-19-related fatality today.
The patient was a 32-year-old female, partially vaccinated and with underlying health conditions who tested positive on June 18. She was pronounced dead on arrival at the Guam Memorial Hospital that same day.
One hundred sixty-five new cases were also reported today from 2,452 specimens analyzed from tests administered on June 17 – 19.
Four residents remain hospitalized due to COVID-19 with three being at the Guam Memorial Hospital and one at the Guam Regional Medical City. All four confined are fully vaccinated against the virus. To date, there have been a total of 50,773 officially reported cases, 371 deaths, 500 cases in active isolation, and 49,902 not in active isolation.