Month: May 2020

The Catholic Church reopens with new post-COVID-19 protocols.

The online employee application for unemployment insurance goes live this weekend.

Home Schooled with Kate. Teaching kids who are staying home during the COVID-19 pandemic.

President & CEO of Bank of Guam, Joaquin Cook speaks to Patti about an initiative to aid Guam’s elderly in getting accustomed to using various services online in response to restrictions as a consequence to the COVID-19 pandemic.  

Chairwoman of the Guam Board of Cosmetology, Jenneth Quimbao speaks to Patti about restrictions still placed on business owners operating within her industry placed to help protect Guam’s community.  

Director of Department of Administration, Edward Birn speaks to Patti about the change in government employees’ workday in lieu of the COVID-19 pandemic, specifically protocols to not only protect employees themselves, but the general public as well.

Vice President of New Business Development for GFS Group, Dave Alcorn although glad Governor Leon Guerrero has allowed restaurants to reopen (with limitations), lets Mornings with Patti listeners know his organization’s plans to first iron out all details to ensure patrons feel as safe as possible before returning to business before COVID-19 and the subsequent restrictions that have followed.

Executive Director for the Guam Election Commission, Maria Pangelinan gives details on Mornings with Patti about the special election being held in the village of Yona to elect a new mayor.  

Mayor of the Municipality of Dededo, Melissa Savares takes an early call with Patti Arroyo to let our listeners know how traffic is being affected as a result of Guam residents lining up to receive The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP) commodities.  

The Bank of Guam promoting the use of online services in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

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