Doctor weighs-in on California travel advisory ahead of the holidays |
Doctor weighs-in on California travel advisory ahead of the holidays
Local health care providers are reacting to a joint travel advisory issued by California, Oregon and Washington earlier this week. The states urged travelers to quarantine for two weeks upon entering any of the three states. The reasoning behind the advisory, according to health experts, is to prevent people from traveling from locations where there are high positivity rates or COVID clusters and bringing the virus to areas where infection rates may not be as high. Doctors say non-essential travel simply facilitates the virus’ spread. Dr. Vanessa Walker, a pulmonary and critical care physician who treats coronavirus patients at Sutter Medical Center, Roseville, weighs-in on the advisory in this KCRA report.
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