Tumon Sands Plaza closed its retail establishments, but some restaurants still offered take-out ordering on March 20.
Photo by Morgan Legel

Some shoppers were out early at Cost U Less in Harmon the morning of March 20. American Grocery in Dededo had plenty of toilet paper the morning of March 21. Photos by Maureen N. Maratita

Coast360 Federal Credit Union saw a long line of clients at its drive through window on the Government of Guam pay day, March 20. Clients were guided by security.
Photo by Wayne Chargualaf

Nitrile gloves were out of stock at The Home Depot on March 20 despite purchase quantity limits.
Photo by Rianne Pereda

Shown on March 20, the Home Depot in Tamuning has limited the purchase of some items, which are higher in demand than others.
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Patrons keep their distance as they line up to withdraw cash on March 20. The Agana Shopping Center remains open to allow access to its automatic teller machines.
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After being packed with customers for days after the announcement of Guam’s first positively identified cases of COVID-19, the shelves of the Pay-Less Supermarkets store in Maite remain mostly full on March 20. Matson Navigation Co., American President Lines and the Guam Chamber of Commerce issued statements saying there are no indications the coronavirus pandemic will threaten shipments of food or other goods.
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Young Pak, owner of the Market Day convenience store in Mong Mong, said on March 20 customers have been buying primarily staple foods and fewer snacks. He said masks, alcohol and other sanitizing products are out of stock at his store and he’s not sure when the next shipment will be.
Photo by Wayne Chargualaf

American Media Center was performing triage on potential patients and marking them cleared for entry at its clinic in Upper Tumon on March 19.
Photo by Maureen N. Maratita