Guam has announced it is eyeing to promote vaccine vacations to foreign tourists.
Guam Visitors Bureau President Carl Gutierrez said that Guam may soon be able to provide FDA-authorized vaccines to non-American tourists.
“Assuming our dosing pipeline of Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines is sufficient to inoculate up to 80 percent of our island’s adult population against COVID-19 before midsummer, Guam Visitors Bureau is eager to activate its signature “Air V and V” campaign,” Gutierrez said in his column on Pacific Daily News.
The Guam Visitors Bureau’s new vaccine tourism plan “Air V& V” encourages all American expatriates and dual citizens in the Asia-Pacific region to “vaccinate and vacation” in the island.
The island is also aiming for 80 percent herd immunity by July 21.
“Guam will be performing a great service for the Asia-Pacific region and the world at large. Inoculating the masses from a deadly virus and warmly welcoming them to convalesce,” Gutierrez added.