It is unclear when Guam will receive a COVID-19 vaccine or how much will be allocated to the island, Gov. Lou Leon Guerrero told the Rotary Club of Guam Thursday. It won’t be this month, she said.

A vaccine might not be available on Guam until the first few months of 2021, she said, with the elderly, people with underlying health conditions and health care workers receiving the first vaccinations.

Leon Guerrero said Guam might receive about 2,000 doses of the Pfizer vaccine. “Don’t quote me,” she added.

Leon Guerrero, who was the club’s guest speaker during its online meeting, answered questions from Rotarians, mostly related to the pandemic and mitigation efforts.

In response to a question about the island’s vaccination plan, the governor said a