Guam is offering COVID-19 vaccinations to American expats in Japan and other Asian countries, where vaccine rollouts are lagging behind the U.S. and most developed nations.

But if they are expecting a relaxing vacation that comes with vaccination, they may be disappointed. Travelers to the Pacific island, which has travel alerts in place and a rising number of coronavirus cases, will face challenges including quarantine protocols.

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