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Vaccination for US Citizens and Green Card Holders Residing in the Philippines

Information on this page is subject to change. You are encouraged to closely monitor this website, the Guam Department of Public Health and Social Services website, your email and your local health and safety protocols for updates.



Frequently Asked Questions


  • Who qualifies for the program?

    U.S. citizens or green card holders (12 years of age and above) currently residing in the Philippines qualify for the program. Minors (persons between the age of 12-17) must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian to receive the vaccination.

  • If I want to participate in this program, what must I do before going to Guam?

    • You must have a valid identification as a U.S. citizen or green card holder.  
    • When traveling internationally into the U.S. (including Guam), the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) requires a negative viral COVID-19 test no more than 72 hours before arrival in the U.S.  You are required to show negative test result or documentation of recovery from COVID-19 prior to boarding the plane. 
    • You are encouraged to schedule your vaccination appointment prior to arrival.  

    *Please do not schedule an appointment unless you have a confirmed flight booking; please cancel the appointment if a change occurs. 

    Click the following link to view the complete schedule of COVID-19 vaccination clinics and to BOOK AN APPOINTMENT:

  • Which vaccines are being offered on Guam as part of this program?

    Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson/Janssen.


    Can I choose my vaccine?

    Please refer to the vaccination appointment site (indicated above) to see vaccine availability for 1st dose. 


    When will the vaccine be administered to me?

    The vaccine can be administered after release from quarantine. We recommend you pre-schedule your appointment before going to the vaccination site/clinic.


    When will the second dose be administered to me (if Pfizer or Moderna)?

    You must pre-schedule your appointment before going to the vaccination site/clinic. 

    • If you receive the Pfizer vaccine, the second dose will be administered 21 days (less 4 days or longer than 21 days) after your first dose.
    • If you receive the Moderna vaccine, the second dose will be administered 28 days (less 4 days or longer than 28 days) after your first dose.


    *Fully immunized is defined as two weeks after the second dose of Pfizer or Moderna, or single dose of J&J/Janssen.


    Can my family get vaccinated on Guam too?

    If they are U.S. citizens or green card holders, yes, they can get vaccinated on Guam.


    How long will I have to stay on Guam?

    Your length of stay is dependent on the COVID-19 vaccine selected and desired length of leisure stay. 

  • How long will I have to quarantine?

    Effective May 15, 2021, a mandatory 10-day quarantine at a government facility is required for all arriving passengers who are not fully immunized with U.S. FDA authorized COVID-19 vaccine. On day 6, however, the traveler may take a COVID-19 test to be cleared from quarantine.  If the test result is negative, the traveler is released from quarantine on day 7. If the traveler opts NOT to take a COVID-19 test on day 6 of quarantine, he or she is required to complete the 10-day quarantine in the government quarantine facility (QFAC).  


    Are meals provided during quarantine?

    Yes, three meals are provided daily during quarantine.


    Will I have to pay for my stay in the government quarantine facility?

    The Government of Guam pays for the daily room fee and meals for the duration of your quarantine.

  • What happens if I test positive for COVID-19 while on Guam?

    If you test positive during quarantine, you will be transferred to a government isolation facility. If you test positive after quarantine, you will be required to remain isolated in your lodging.


    Guam has three hospitals - Guam Memorial Hospital (public civilian hospital), Guam Regional Medical City (private civilian hospital), and U.S. Naval Hospital (access only to eligible beneficiaries).

  • What happens if re-entry protocols in the Philippines change while I am on Guam?

    Please consult the Department of Foreign Affairs in the Philippines -  


    Where can I get a PCR test before returning to the Philippines?

    Please see the list of clinics below.  Contact them directly for more information.

Book your appointment!

Click the link below to view the complete schedule of COVID-19 vaccination clinics and to book an appointment.

(Please send all inquiries to

Health Care Providers/Testing Sites


Guam COVID Alert


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