California was among the first U.S. states to report cases of the novel coronavirus. Despite aggressive efforts to contain the spread, it now has around 17,000 confirmed cases and 450 coronavirus-related deaths. Governor Gavin Newsom joins Judy Woodruff to discuss why his state acted on COVID-19 early, its current levels of critical medical supplies and when stay-at-home orders might be lifted.
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