Four More COVID-19 Cases Confirmed in the CNMI (4/1)
2 Confirmed Cases of COVID-19 in the CNMI (3/28)
CMMI State Medicaid Agency - Automatic One-Month Renewal
Governor's Memo - Amending Directive 8 - SAEO 2020-04
EO 2020-04 [SECOND AMENDED] Public Health Emergency Declaration
Letter to CNMI Dental Colleagues
CHCC Frequently Asked Questions - CNMI Residents
Please budget an additional 5 minutes of time when coming to your doctor's appointment to answer screening questions at designated CHCC entrances.
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Activation of the AOC
Ongoing CHCC Preparedness Measures
The CEO has activated the CHCC Agency Operations Center (AOC) from which to coordinate preparedness and response activities. The AOC team is involved with multiple organizations including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO), who provide information, resources, and guidance for the CNMI.
The CHCC Public Health and Hospital Emergency Preparedness Program (PHEP) Surveillance Unit has staff stationed at the Saipan airport around the clock to monitor and interview incoming passengers from areas with COVID-19 outbreaks. Screening began on February 1, 2020, with over 35,000
passengers screened so far.
Coordination with CNMI Agencies
The governor has put together a COVID-19 task force that includes a variety of government agencies, with the goal of maintaining the health and safety of CNMI residents.
A communications and community outreach taskforce has been established within the CHCC to provide messaging and outreach regarding COVID-19 and personal protective measures.
A joint effort is being undertaken between the Commonwealth Ports Authority, Coastguard, CNMI Customs, and the CHCC PHEP and Bureau of Environmental Health (BEH) divisions to inspect all vessels that enter CNMI waters before they can make port.