The White House COVID Task Force has been conducting state-by-state weekly analyses of the status of the pandemic and has issued reports with specific recommendations to all state governments for more than six months but has left Puerto Rico out. Apparently, the White House also forgot about the other US territories: Virgin Islands, Guam, Samoa and Mariana Islands. When combined, 3.6 million people live in the four territories. The Center for Investigative Journalism (CPI, in Spanish) detected the omission during a review of the reports, obtained and published by The Center for Public Integrity. In the case of Puerto Rico, the exclusion was also confirmed by the Puerto Rico Health Secretary under the prior administration, and with new Gov. Pedro Pierluisi.