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COVID-19 Status Update for 07/06/2020

The status update for July 6, 2020, includes updated COVID-19 activity, indoor restaurant dining being halted due to COVID-19 and our status update publishing schedule.

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COVID-19

in Marin County

1,483

Total Cases
+19

1,036

Total Recovered
+42

70

Total Hospitalized
+0

34,100

Total Tested
+1,047
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Public Health Orders in effect for Marin County

Curious which public health orders are still in effect for Marin County?  What is allowed under the current shelter-in-place order?  We've gathered all of the applicable health orders and related information into one location for you!

COVID-19 Response

A collection of videos covering Marin's response to COVID-19

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Frequently Asked Questions

No, housekeepers do not need to be part of your social bubble. Currently, the rules state that you should not be at home while your housekeeper is working so you should not have direct contact with him/her. Also, social bubbles are meant for outdoor activities at this point.

06/24/2020 - 18:13

It depends on the household situation of those 11 friends. For example, if one of the friends belongs to a household of four people, then the entire household (all four people) would need to join your bubble, not just the individual friend. Remember, social bubble membership is exclusive. So, in the off chance you’re “bubbling” with 11 other single (no children, live alone) adults, all of you would need to remain committed to stick with that same group for a minimum of three weeks.

06/24/2020 - 18:11

Yes, but this is a higher-risk bubble. But please take your usual precautions with hand washing and sanitizing for the safety of your family and your social bubble friends. One tip: it’s important for people who create bubbles that include members at higher risk for serious illness to keep those bubbles as small as possible.

06/24/2020 - 18:12

The success and failure of the social bubble concept depends not only on your personal actions but also everybody else. It’s about solidarity. Keeping our bubbles small and consistent is really important to prevent an increase in the number of infections and a stress on our health care providers and hospitals.  It’s best to be upfront about what levels of contact you expect to be having.  Set ground rules together, since your idea of proper contact may not be the same as someone else in your bubble.  Remember: their behavior impacts your health and vice versa.  

06/24/2020 - 18:16

Technically, yes. But, it’s important to take precautions. Social bubbles are an excellent way to allow families across multiple households to come together once again. However, older adults are especially vulnerable to severe symptoms of COVID-19. Therefore, all members of a social bubble should continue to practice other protective measures of physical distancing, wearing face coverings, frequent hand washing, staying home when sick, and obeying isolation or quarantine guidelines if a member of the social bubble is diagnosed or exposed to COVID-19. People who are forming a bubble that includes people over 65 or those at high risk should consider a smaller-sized bubble with a very cautious approach to outside contact.

06/24/2020 - 18:12

Additional Information

For Providers

Marin County Public Health is accepting health care provider testing referrals and self-referrals by essential workers. Prioritized groups now include symptomatic and asymptomatic healthcare workers, first responders, and other essential workers.

Marin County Public Health has issued guidance for healthcare facilities and medical providers to guide efforts such as testing, post-test isolation and safety, at-home quarantine and isolation, use of masks and gloves, and more.

Access educational materials such as the EMS Field guide, hospital follow-up information, EMS safety videos, donning and doffing protocol, among other resources.

For Businesses

Access public health guidelines that are available for businesses and industries to reopen during the COVID-19 pandemic.

What types of businesses are allowed to reopen? Review Marin’s progress and projected dates for further industry reopenings.

From signage to PPE suppliers, browse a curated list of resources to help businesses of all sizes reopen safely.

Case Count for

Age Group Number of Confirmed COVID-19 Cases
0-18 Years 252
19-34 Years 450
35-49 Years 401
50-64 Years 227
65-79 Years 92
80 Years or Older 59
Total Cases 1483
Last Updated: 07/06/2020 - 17:54