MANGILAO, Guam — The Department of Public Health and Social Services announced on Sept. 2 that a combined health certificate for persons employed in eating and drinking and food establishments is available.
Prior to the full implementation of the revised health certificates regulations in June, issuance of food-related health certificates had been divided between eating and drinking establishments — to include bars, stall stands and restaurants — and food establishments, such as bakeries, retail food stores and manufacturers. A person who worked in both types of establishments previously needed two separate health certificates. The revised regulations allow the department to issue a . . .
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