While Guam winds down some of its Covid-19 restrictions the island has recorded its 39th death from the virus.
The Pacific Daily News reports a 66-year-old man was the latest fatality.
He had underlying health conditions compounded by Covid and died on Thursday night at the Guam Memorial Hospital.
The Guam Governor, Lou Guerrero said Covid-19 is cold, ruthless, and painfully isolating.
"We all have to be frontliners to defeat this virus and we must do so at the community-level," she said.
Guam has moved today to a Safer at-Home advisory, but the governor said this doesn't mean people should become complacent and let their guards down.
It follows a Stay At Home order.
The change will include some businesses re-opening but to just 25 percent of their capacity, and non-contact sports resuming.