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Current Guam COVID-19 Restrictions
iVisa | 4 min read | Updated on Jan 23, 2024

Please note that there are no longer COVID-19 restrictions for travelers from China, Macao, and Hong Kong.

If you want to visit Guam soon, you must follow the current health protocols. Don't worry because iVisa can help you with the current Guam COVID-19 restrictions, including the Guam Electronic Declaration Form. This declaration will register your health details and help the Guam government control the pandemic.

iVisa can help you with the digital process of this travel document. There is no need to leave your home to start the application. You only need an internet connection and a few minutes to complete the online form. Keep learning more about the current Guam COVID-19 restrictions with our team.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the COVID-19 measures in Guam?

Guam is part of the United States, which means you must follow federal guidelines to enter this country. In addition, all incoming visitors must be vaccinated against COVID-19 and show negative results from a PCR test taken no more than 72 hours before entering Guam.

Health authorities established a 10-day quarantine. The exempt cases for this requirement are:

  • COVID-19 vaccination.

  • Negative PCR test results from a test taken 72 hours before arrival.

  • Negative antigen test from a test within 24 hours of entry.

Please note that there are no longer COVID-19 restrictions for travelers from China, Macao, and Hong Kong.

Explore our FAQ section to learn more about the current Guam COVID-19 restrictions.

What is the Guam Electronic Declaration Form, and how can I apply?

The Guam Electronic Declaration Form is a travel document all incoming visitors must carry when entering the country. This health declaration is valid for 30 days after arrival and provides a 30 days after arrival.

  • First: Fill out the application form with your information.
  • Second: Check your responses and confirm the details are accurate. Choose a processing speed.
  • Third: Pick between a credit or debit card for your payment and submit your information.

Expect the Guam Electronic Declaration Form in your email inbox soon. Upon arrival, display it to immigration authorities for smooth entry.

Explore more about the current Guam COVID-19 restrictions with us.

What are the processing speeds and prices?

iVisa provides three options for processing your application:

  • Standard Processing: 24 hours - USD $60.99
  • Rush Processing: 8 hours - USD $110.99
  • Super Rush Processing: 4 hours - USD $188.99

Let us help you with the current Guam COVID-19 restrictions.

What are the requirements?

Collect the following items:

  • Valid passport

  • Email address

  • Payment method: Pay with a credit or debit card.

We can support you with the current Guam COVID-19 restrictions.

Can I rely on iVisa?

Absolutely! We have helped countless travelers with all types of travel documents. We know how to help you with your health declaration.

Explore our customer reviews page for more information about our services. Also, learn more about the current Guam COVID-19 restrictions with our team.

Where can I read more about this?

Connect with our customer support team, available 24 hours a day.

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Disclaimer
  • iVisa is NOT affiliated with any government agency. This site does not provide legal advice and we are not a law firm. None of our customer service representatives are lawyers and they also do not provide legal advice. We are a private, internet-based travel and immigration consultancy provider dedicated to helping individuals travel around the world. You may apply by yourself directly on the various government websites. The source of information: https://www.uscis.gov/working-in-the-united-states/temporary-visitors-for-business/gb-temporary-visitor-to-guam

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