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Håfa Adai (Hello) from the Guam Visitors Bureau,

Our island of Guam is a popular destination in the Pacific known for its people, culture, and renowned Håfa Adai Spirit. At the heart of our culture is the spirit of community and the care of our families as well as our neighbors, near and far.

As this global health crisis evolves, we are dedicated to doing our part in the worldwide effort against the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Here you will find the latest travel-related information issued from the Government of Guam to help guide you. Please note the local government will continue to adapt and strengthen its preventative measures to protect the health and safety of our island.

Although we are a small island, we stand together in the spirit of Håfa Adai with you and your families during these unprecedented times.

Si Yu’os Ma’åse’ (Thank you) for helping us to make Guam a better place to live, work, and visit.


Travel Guidance for Guam,  USA

Guam is part of the United States of America and as such, travel into Guam must meet federal guidelines.

All international visitors (non-U.S. citizen/non-U.S. immigrant) must meet the following requirements to travel into the United States by plane:

  • Fully vaccinated against COVID-19
  • Negative COVID-19 test result (or documentation of recovery from COVID-19)

Read more:

NOTICE: Air passengers 2 years or older with a flight departing to the US from a foreign country at or after 12:01am EST (5:01am GMT) on December 6, 2021, are required show a negative COVID-19 viral test result taken no more than 1 day before travel, or documentation of having recovered from COVID-19 in the past 90 days, before they board their flight.

Requirements to Travel to the U.S. by Air: Quick Reference

Learn what is required before traveling to the United States from a foreign country by air, as of November 8, 2021.

[PDF – 113 KB, 1 page]


Guam continues to implement a mandatory 10-day quarantine for all incoming travelers. In order to be exempt from quarantine, please provide proof of one of the following upon your arrival:

  • Full COVID-19 vaccination (an FDA- or WHO-approved vaccine series); OR
  • Negative PCR test result taken within 72 hours of departure; OR
  • Negative antigen test result taken within 24 hours of departure.

Read more:
Executive Order 2021-29


Patrons at the following establishments and events on Guam must show proof of COVID-19 vaccination (at least one dose of an FDA- or WHO-approved vaccine series):

  • Indoor dining at restaurants and bars
  • Clubs
  • Gyms and fitness centers
  • Dance studios
  • Movie theaters
  • Food courts
  • Bowling alleys
  • Sporting events and concerts
  • Boat cruises

If you are interested in receiving the COVID-19 vaccine in Guam, please visit the official Air V&V webpage

Please note that all information shown above is subject to change. We recommend checking out official resources linked below for more information:


Guam Recovery

Government of Guam Vaccination Resources Page



Guam Electronic Declaration Form

The Guam Electronic Declaration Form (Guam EDF) is a mandatory digital form that all arriving passengers will need to complete before entering our beautiful island. For your safety and convenience, the form will be accessible up to 72 hours prior to your arrival.

Click to access the Guam Electronic Declaration Form

Guam Health Declaration Form

Travelers arriving at the Antonio B. Won Pat International Airport must provide the following Health Declaration information for themselves and all family members who reside with them and are traveling together on the same flight. Information collected on this form will be used to enroll travelers into the Sara Alert system for symptom monitoring. Disclaimer: email confirmation can take up to 30 minutes.

Click to access the Guam Health Declaration Form

For inquiries about Guam’s entry protocols, call the Joint Information Center at (671) 478-0208/09/10 or email