Sonoma County health officials on Wednesday advised against traveling domestically and internationally during the holidays due to increased cases of coronavirus infection in other parts of the United States.
Dr. Sundari Mase, the county public health officer, said: “We know that when you go into the airport, you will meet a lot of people from all over the place, whether it’s within the country. or international.
On Thursday, Bay Area public health officials are in meeting and are expected to consider giving public health advice ahead of the holiday, urging travelers to travel to the locations. there was viral transmission spreading outside California to quarantine for two weeks when they returned to a negative coronavirus test result before returning to school or work.
When asked if other Bay Area residents should take similar actions if they arrived in Sonoma County during the holidays, Mase said there were no questions about people coming here from a community. less transmission of virus at risk of disease
“If they come to us for travel purposes, they may be more likely to come into contact with someone with COVID,”; she said.
Since the outbreak of the pandemic in mid-March, there have been 10,041 cases nationwide and 142 deaths related to COVID-19 complications.
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