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Colorado & Nevada join California, Oregon & Washington in coronavirus pact

Colorado Governor Jared Polis and Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak announced their states are joining California, Oregon, and Washington in the Western States Pact.

Posted: Apr 27, 2020 12:16 PM

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Colorado Governor Jared Polis and Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak announced their states are joining California, Oregon, and Washington in the Western States Pact.

The pact is a group of western state governors that share a vision for modifying stay-at-home orders and fighting the coronavirus.

“COVID-19 doesn’t follow state or national boundaries, and it will take every level of government, working together to get the upper hand on this virus,” Governor Gavin Newsom said.

RELATED: Washington, Oregon, California announce coronavirus pact

Gov. Newsom, Oregon Gov. Kate Brown, and Washington Gov. Jay Inslee recently announced they would be working together under a shared vision for gradually modifying their states’ stay at home orders and fighting COVID-19.

They listed three shared principles as foundational to the agreement:

First, residents’ health comes first. As home to nearly one in five Americans and gateway to the rest of the world, the West Coast has an outsized stake in controlling and ultimately defeating COVID-19, said Gov. Newsom.

Secondly, health outcomes and science – not politics – will guide the governors' decisions. Modifications to their states’ stay-at-home orders must be made based off their understanding of the total health impacts of COVID-19.

RELATED: Local leaders send California governor letter to reopen 6 North State counties

Thirdly, the states will only be effective by working together, the governors said in a press release. Each state is set to work with its local leaders and communities within its borders to understand what’s happening on the ground and adhere to our agreed-upon approach.

California Coronavirus Cases

Data is updated nightly.

Cases: 3582320

Reported Deaths: 53083
CountyCasesDeaths
Los Angeles119601721676
Riverside2904983849
San Bernardino2870552959
Orange2617983966
San Diego2613533342
Santa Clara1110761798
Kern103756915
Fresno957851451
Sacramento937901498
Alameda809501271
Ventura77952870
San Joaquin671231150
Contra Costa62931695
Stanislaus56433953
Tulare48114768
Monterey42335329
San Mateo39148521
San Francisco34387422
Santa Barbara32147420
Solano30216165
Merced29264407
Sonoma28261301
Imperial26926638
Kings22091220
Placer19911232
San Luis Obispo19751238
Madera15523214
Santa Cruz14736183
Marin13285198
Yolo12867185
Shasta11054179
Butte11007167
El Dorado9195100
Napa908072
Sutter889998
Yuba577638
San Benito577061
Lassen562324
Tehama510452
Nevada398874
Tuolumne396659
Mendocino382643
Amador347441
Humboldt323033
Lake316941
Glenn223223
Colusa214013
Calaveras191849
Siskiyou178414
Inyo132137
Mono12144
Del Norte10085
Plumas6536
Modoc4604
Mariposa3957
Trinity3735
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