Some western states issue travel advisories

Governors in some western states are issuing travel advisories. The states of California, Oregon, and Washington are urging people to quarantine for 14 days and not to take any non-essential trips out-of-state. It comes after COVID-19 cases surpass one million in California and records are broken in the other states. Governor Steve Sisolak gave Nevadans an ultimatum last week-shape up within two weeks or face new restrictions. Since then, numbers have only risen.