Three states on the west coast of United States are issuing travel advisories to urge travelers to isolate themselves

Three states on the west coast of United States are issuing travel advisories to urge travelers to isolate themselves

San Francisco, November 13. With the rapid increase in the number of confirmed cases of the new coronavirus pandemic, the three West Coast states of the United States of America issued joint travel advisories on the 13th local time, and urged out-of-state travelers and international travelers to quarantine 14 people. Days and residents are asked to stay in the area.

The California Governor’s Office said on the 13th day that Governor Gavin Newsom, Oregon Governor Kate Brown, and Washington Governor Jay Inslee together issued travel advisories on the same day, urging travelers entering these states or from these states. Residents who have returned to their hometowns outside the state have been quarantined for 14 days to slow the spread of the virus. Travel advice is against residents leaving their country for non-essential travel.

Travel Advice defines essential travel as work and study travel, critical infrastructure support, economic services and supply chain, health, emergency medical care, and safety and security. Travel recommendations encourage residents to stay in the local area and limit interaction with immediate family members.

“California has just crossed a severe (cumulative) threshold of more than 1 million confirmed cases. Now, the spread of the virus is showing no signs of slowing down.” Gavin Newsom said: “The growing number of cases being delivered to our hospitals.

The system has increased stress and threatened the lives of elderly people, workers in basic industries, and vulnerable California residents. Travel has increased the risk of the spread of the new Coronavirus, and we must now work together to prevent and save the virus Spirits. “

“The new coronavirus will not remain at the starting line. Since hospitals in western states are close to saturation, we must take measures to ensure that travelers with this disease do not return home.” “The best way to ensure the safety of your family and the way is to stay home,” said Kate Brown.

“The number of COVID-19 patients in Washington state has doubled in the past two weeks, making our country now as dangerous as it was in March.” One way, we are excited to work with California and Oregon to jointly protect life on the West Coast of the United States, ”said Jay Inslee.

The Los Angeles Times quoted California Secretary of Health and Human Services Dr. Mark Gray as saying that travel advice is not prohibited. However, Ghali said: “If there are indications that travel advice needs to be tightened, we will look at that in the coming days or weeks.”

Epidemiological tracking data for the San Francisco Chronicle showed that as of 5 PM, there were 8,061 newly confirmed cases in California on 13th, and the cumulative number of confirmed cases surpassed 1.01 million. The Oregonian reported on the 13th that more than 1,000 new confirmed cases had been confirmed in Oregon for two consecutive days.

The “Seattle Times” newspaper reported that health officials in Washington state said on the twelfth day that in the past two days, there had been 3,345 new confirmed cases and 25 deaths in the state.