New COVID-19 Task Force website streamlines all CNMI COVID-19 information

The Governor’s COVID-19 Task Force announces the launch of a new website to streamline all COVID-19 information in the CNMI, including an updated health declaration form that all travelers are required to fill out 72 hours prior to arrival.

Site visitors can fill out travel entry requirements, register for COVID-19 vaccinations, and access their COVID-19 test results.

The new traveler declaration form on the website makes the process easier for CNMI visitors and returning residents to fill out CNMI travel entry requirements as prescribed by the Commonwealth Healthcare Corporation (CHCC) and the Governor’s COVID-19 Task Force.

The new website also includes a new CNMI informational portal that serves as a one-stop resource center for COVID-19 community updates and response. This includes testing information and a portal to the CNMI vaccination dashboard, which details ongoing vaccination efforts. It also connects directly with the CNMI Office of the Governor and CHCC websites and social media outlets to provide additional information for residents and visitors.

Residents and visitors are encouraged to visit for everything regarding the ongoing CNMI COVID-19 response.

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CNMI Office of the Governor

Office of the Governor Response to Dismissal of Lawsuit Filed Against the House Judiciary & Government Operations Committee

Yesterday, the Superior Court held that the Office of the Governor could not proceed with its case against the House Judiciary and Government Operations Committee. Although the Administration respects the decision of the Judge, we believe the decision is erroneous by ignoring and misinterpreting law and precedent. For example, in its rush to follow federal precedent, it skipped right over the plain text of the Commonwealth Constitution. Then it overlooked some of the most important protections found even in the federal cases — such as the rule that the legislature may subpoena the executive only when the information it needs is not reasonably available anywhere else. The decision will be appealed. It will be for the Supreme Court to ultimately decide the merits of this civil case.

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