THINGS TO KNOW – April 7, 2020


As of April 7, 2020. All information may change without prior notice. For corrections and additions to this list, send an email to or, or call 235-6397 or 235-2440.



  •  Curfew from 7pm to 6am for everyone (adults and minors)
  •  Public beaches and pathways open from 6am to 6pm for individual use for exercise and shoreline subsistence fishing. Individuals must still practice social distancing.
  •  All boat ramps and docks are opened. Boaters must stop fishing activities and dock their vessels before the 7pm curfew.



  •  The first group will be released from COVID-19 quarantine facility this week. See link at 



  • Bank of Hawaii: Monday to Friday – 9am to 1pm (Saturdays closed)
  • Bank of Guam Chalan Kanoa: Closed temporarily
  • Bank of Guam Garapan: Monday to Friday – 9am-4pm; Saturday 9am-1pm
  • First Hawaiian Bank Oleai: Monday to Friday – 9am- 1pm; Saturday closed
  • First Hawaiian Bank Gualo Rai: Monday to Friday – 9am- 1pm; Saturday closed



  • USPS Chalan Kanoa: Monday to Friday – 8:30am-4pm; Sat 9am-12pm
  • USPS San Vicente: Monday to Friday – 12pm-5:30pm; Sat 12pm-3pm













  •  Demystifying the CARES ACT: A primer for businesses. Plus Saipan Chamber of Commerce updates. See
  •  Commonwealth Health Care Corp. services. See link at
  •  Frequently-asked-questions about direct assistance under CARES Act. See link at
  •  Face masks and do-it-yourself facial coverings. See link at  
  •  Needing mental health tips? See link at
  •  Announcement about re-opening of boat ramps and docks. See link at 
  •  Announcement about re-opening of public beaches and pathways. See link at 
  •  Avoid COVID-19 scams: Attorney General Edward Manibusan issues alert of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) scams. See link at


Settlement Fund office hours

The Settlement Fund office has reduced its service hours to half day. We are still restricting access to the public and will continue to receive and respond to inquiries by phone, fax and email only from 8am to 1pm, Monday – Friday. Fund staff will be available to assist members only by telephone, fax, or email. Contact Information for the Settlement Fund: tel: (670) 322-3863; fax: (670) 664-8080; email: (PR)

Source: Compiled by Saipan Tribune/Chevy Alipio

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