Four more people have tested positive for Covid-19 cases in Guam, according to the Governor.
Governor Lou Leon Guerrero says to date, a total of 55 cases tested positive and 227 tests were negative, with seven recovered and one death.
A week ago, a 68 year-old woman became the first Covid-19 death in the region.
On 14 March Governor Leon Guerrero declared a public health emergency.
She had also issued several executive orders to close non-essential businesses, government agencies, parks and
beaches and for people to limit physical.
The governor had also appealed to Washington for test kits and financial assistance.
She said a US Senate package including $US111m in direct assistance was expected soon.
On Friday, Washington announced it would help US Pacific states and territories to build their on-island testing capability for Covid-19.
$US858,924 was allocated to obtain new testing kits and a diagnostic machine for each state and territory.