PCOR3 Business Plan Guidance

Submitting Business Plans

Please upload your industry-specific operational guidelines/procedures/protocols using the Email Submission Form at the bottom of the page. Submissions will be posted on the DPHSS website for public view.

Business plans submitted to the Guam Chamber are listed below for public view. Industry-specific operational guidelines/procedures/protocols/ can also be viewed at the Guam Chamber of Commerce website by clicking on this link: https://www.guamchamber.com.gu/guam/guidelines-to-opening-guam-businesses-and-ngos. DPHSS will only be uploading plans from businesses that are permitted to operate during PCOR3. All other business plans will be uploaded when PCOR4 is announced. Please refer to Executive Order No. 2020-24 – Relative to Declaring Pandemic Condition of Readiness (PCOR) 3 to determine if your business can operate during PCOR3.

Businesses and organizations, which were authorized to operate during PCOR 2 and had previously submitted their plans to the Department of Public Health and Social Services, will need to update their plans, if necessary, as a result of this memorandum.  Those businesses and organizations that have yet to submit their plans must do so via email to PCOR3Plans@dphss.guamdev.com or via the email submission form that can be found at the bottom of this page.

Guam Chamber Guidelines to Opening Guam Businesses & NGOs

Business Plans Submitted

  • ABC Children Center 1; ABC Children Center 2; ABC Children Center 3
  • Acts 2 Church 
  • Aloha Spa Corporation
  • Angsana Spa
  • Anigua Learning Ladder
  • Arashi Restaurant 
  • Arluis Wedding Guam
  • Cafe Mayflour
  • Caliente Restaurant
  • Carabao Brewing
  • Cheyenne Marie (In-Home Childcare Center)
  • Chung Hae Fusion Tavern
  • Club Foxy
  • Club Millenium
  • Coffee Slut
  • Creative Studio Guam
  • Crown Bakery
  • Crowns
  • Cup & Saucer Inc.
  • Dare Me Boutique
  • Dededo Child Care and Learning Center
  • Dededo Flea Market
  • DFS-Guam
  • Doc’s Day Care and Pre-School
  • Dominican Child Development Center
  • Evangelical Church of Christ Guam
  • Evergreen Presbyterian Church
  • Everyday Chinese Restaurant
  • Family Baptist Church
  • Federation of Pangasinanses
  • Fish Eye Marine Park Underwater Observatory
  • Funimal Riders
  • Full Circle Home Designs
  • Gangnam Restaurant
  • Gap Micronesia Mall
  • GCC Cafe
  • The Giving Tree Children’s Academy
  • The Giving Tree International Preschool
  • Grace Baptist Church
  • Green Market
  • Guahan Academy Charter School 
  • Guaiya Todu
  • Guam Bingo Operators
  • Guam Golf Course Association
  • Guam Football Association
  • Guam-Micronesia Mission of Seventh-day Adventists
  • Guam Ocean Park and Apra Drive and Marine
  • Guam Onnuri Vision Church
  • H and R Store
  • Haircity
  • Harvest Christian Academy
  • HIDE Yakitori Japanese Restaurant
  • Hilton Hotel
  • Imari Compliance
  • Imeeh’s Kusina
  • Indisposable Arts
  • Infant of Prague Catholic Nursery and Kindergarten
  • Integrated Martial Arts Strategies
  • Island Twisters Gymnastics
  • J-NAIL
  • Jack in the Box Guam
  • Jamaican Grill
  • Jesus is Lord Church
  • King’s and Ruby Tuesday
  • Kracked Egg
  • Krispy Klene Laundry
  • LA Tire
  • Legends Tattoo
  • The Leo Palace Country Club
  • Little Fisher’s Day Care and Early Learning Academy LLC
  • Little Garden International School
  • Little Ones Child Care Center
  • Lutheran Church of God
  • Manelu
  • Mapple Activity
  • Matua’s Bar & Grill
  • McDonald’s 
  • Mercy Heights Catholic Nursery & Kindergarten
  • Mi Sazon
  • MILESTONES Play and Learn Center
  • Montessori Learning Center
  • Mosa’s Joint 
  • Napa Auto Parts
  • New Children World Learning and Development Center
  • New York Nails
  • Office Smart
  • Oishi Japanese Curry House
  • Okinawa Shidokan Karate- Maite Dojo
  • Old Flea Market
  • One Stop Auto Repairs and Services
  • Onward Golf
  • Paradise Fitness Centers
  • PBS Spa
  • Pecoli
  • PNG Childcare and Learning Center
  • PostNet
  • Precious One’s
  • Ronelles Market
  • Royal Deli
  • Royalty Cutz Barbershop
  • RS Taitano Store; Mt Lam Lam Sno ‘N Ice Cream
  • Sagan Animo In-home Childcare
  • Sagan Fina’nå’guen Fino Chamoru Day Care
  • Salon Fusion
  • SALON ZENG’S
  • San Jung Restaurant
  • Seaside Music Lounge
  • Sheraton Laguna Guam Resort 
  • Shut up and Fish Guam
  • SOS Portables Corporation
  • SPA Ayualam
  • St. John’s School
  • Sulili Taisacan Therapeutic Massage Business
  • Sundance
  • TAMUNING CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP
  • Tender Shephard Preschool
  • Tennis Academy Guam
  • TGI Fridays
  • Tina’s Learning Center and Grace Care Center
  • Tokyo Mart
  • T.P.Micronesia Inc
  • Triple J Enterprises
  • University of Guam
  • Victory Chapel Guam
  • Vivian’s Coffee Shop
  • Watabe Wedding
  • The Way of Salvation Church
  • Wendy’s
  • Winner Enterprises-Mobil Service Stations
  • World of Wonder
  • Xia Holding Corporation
  • The Young Learner Center
  • Yogurtland
  • Zenaida Madarang
  • Chålan Para Hinemlo’: Road to Recovery Minimum Pandemic Workplace Operational Requirements

    General Requirements and Restrictions

  • 1. Operate at no more than the percent occupancy rate for the establishment, including employees, as identified in the most recent Executive Order, which addresses this matter.
  • Childcare center facilities shall continue to operate at no more than 50% of child enrollment.
  • Bars and Taverns shall continue to operate at no more than 50% occupancy rate.
  • 2. Post signage at the entrance to remind employees and patrons on how to:
  • Stop the spread of COVID-19
  • Properly wash hands
  • Promote everyday protective measures
  • Properly wear a face covering
  • The following links provide downloadable signs and other educational materials:
  • https://dphss.guam.com/covid-19-educational-resources/
  • https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/downloads/stop-the-spread-of germs.pdf
  • https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/communication/social-media-toolkit.html
  • 3. All employees and patrons must wear a mask, which is to cover both the nose and the mouth unless otherwise specified or allowed in previous guidance memoranda.
  • Masks with an exhalation valve are discouraged as it does not stop virus droplets from escaping and possibly infecting others. Further, such masks with exhalation valves are prohibited in Schools and Institutions of Higher Education.
  • A face shield is not an option in lieu of a face mask. It can be used as an additional barrier but not meant to replace a face mask.
  • The establishment may adopt U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines for face coverings for certain population and situations, including those with certain medical conditions, such as asthma and COPD (“Who Should Not Wear a Cloth Face Covering” and “Feasibility and Adaptations”):
  • https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/cloth-face-cover-guidance.html#not-wear.
  • 4. Have a written pandemic plan that addresses the following:
  • Minimum requirements outlined in this memorandum and the “Minimum Pandemic Workplace Operational Requirements” (attachment to DPHSS Guidance Memo 2020-07);
  • Protecting high-risk patrons and staff (older persons, persons with underlying medical conditions);
  • Sick employees, particularly those with COVID-19 symptoms; and
  • How and who will be monitoring and enforcing these measures internally.
  • Employee Health and Hygiene

  • Employees and customers must be provided access to handwashing facilities with soap, water, and sanitary paper towel or with an approved gel and/or liquid hand-sanitizer.
  • Educate all employees about COVID-19 prevention, this includes appropriate and frequent hand-hygiene practices, respiratory hygiene, mask use, symptoms of COVID-19, and what to do if feeling sick.
  • Signs must be posted at the conspicuous location(s) at all public entries stating that persons who are experiencing respiratory illness and symptoms of COVID-19 are prohibited from entering.
  • Establish written procedures for employees who have symptoms of COVID-19, or who are feeling unwell, so that the individual is sent home or isolated from others. The establishment must follow CDC or DPHSS guidelines, whichever is more stringent.
  • Promote healthy hygiene and have adequate supplies to support healthy hygiene behaviors.
  • Encourage employees to wash their hands immediately upon entering the establishment or workplace and utilize hand-sanitizer when handwashing is not readily available.
  • Soap and sanitary paper towel (or hand-dryer) are to be provided.
  • If possible, prohibit sharing of office furniture, equipment, and other items. If sharing, items must be disinfected frequently following the cleaning and disinfecting procedures provided in this document.
  • Cleaning, Disinfection, and Ventilation

  • Frequently clean and disinfect all “high-touch” surfaces.
  • Follow CDC’s guidelines for cleaning and disinfecting surfaces: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/pdf/Reopening_America_Guidance.pdf.
  • If commercial-grade, EPA-registered household disinfectant is unavailable, a home-made disinfectant may be used by mixing 5 tablespoons (1/3 cup) bleach per gallon of water, or 4 teaspoons bleach per quart of water. (https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/disinfecting-your-home.html).
  • Ensure that toilet facilities and handwashing sinks are thoroughly and regularly cleaned and disinfected.
  • Create a regular cleaning and disinfecting schedule for daily operations.
  • Ensure ventilation systems operate properly and increase circulation of outdoor air as much as possible, such as by opening windows and doors.
  • Take steps to minimize air from blowing from one person directly at another individual if fans and other mechanical ventilation systems are used.
  • Social Distancing and Other Protective Measures

  • Office spaces, waiting or meeting rooms, dining areas, break rooms, communal seating areas, or similar areas are to be arranged so as to ensure a minimum of 6 feet of separation between people, tables, or chairs.
  • In situations where people will form lines inside and outside of retail spaces, businesses are to enforce the minimum 6 feet distancing and provide signs or other visual cues such as tape or chalk marks.
  • If providing counter-service, protect employees and patrons through distance and/or placement of physical barriers, and:
  • Limit waiting areas;
  • Promote appointments;
  • Limit clients entering the premises of the building; and
  • Implement other strategies to minimize direct interaction with the public.
  • Congregation of people during outdoor activities is limited to no more than 50 people, while the indoor congregation is restricted to 50% of the occupancy load; both outdoor and indoor activities must ensure a minimum of 6 feet of separation between people, tables, or chairs.
  • Enforcement of Public Nuisances

    Any business which fails to operate consistent with applicable and current Executive Orders and/or Public Health Guidance shall be deemed a public nuisance under Chapter 20, Title 10 of the Guam Code Annotated.  Further, DPHSS Division of Environmental Health (DEH) shall consider such public nuisance as a violation of the conditions of the business’ Sanitary Permit.  If a business is found to be in violation, DEH may revoke or suspend the Sanitary Permit in accordance with Guam law and regulations. For further questions, please contact the Division of Environmental Health at 300-9579; 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Read the Full Memo Here: DPHSS GUIDANCE MEMO 2020-29 PCOR3 Minimum Requirements (07-20-20)

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