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COVID-19 Status Update for 01/28/2022

Marin County COVID-19 Status Update for January 28, 2022 includes VIDEO: The Role of Vaccine Mandates in Marin; Northgate Vaccination Clinic Has New Hours; Expanded Testing Options in Marin;… Read More

COVID-19 Communications Toolkit


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California reopens June 15th as we move Beyond the Blueprint. To see what current Health Orders are in place for Marin County, visit our Health Order page. 

Restrictions relating to physical distancing, capacity limits on businesses and the county tier system have ended.

Limitations regarding masking and mega-events remain in place, as well as settings serving children and youthMasks are not required outdoors, regardless of vaccination status. 

Priority messages

  1. Don't wait--get vaccinated and get a booster as soon as you're eligible. Safe and free vaccines are available to everyone regardless of immigration or insurance status.
  2. Masking is still required in indoor public settings, regardless of vaccination status. Keep a mask with you to be prepared and show you care.
  3. Even without symptoms, you can spread COVID-19. Practice prevention behaviors and slow the spread.


Communication resources

Let’s work together to keep our community healthy.

Help get the word out. Download social media graphics, posters, and videos made by state and local agencies and share them to help support the health, safety and well-being of our community.


View or Download:
Purpose: Explains what to expect and do after getting a COVID-19 vaccine.
Topic: Vaccines
Target Audience: Everyone
Content Type: Fact sheet
File Type: PDF
Size/Format: 8.5x11
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Purpose: Informs people that COVID-19 is the leading cause of death in the US.
Topic: Vaccine Hesitancy
Target Audience: Everyone
Content Type: Fact sheet
File Type: PNG
Size/Format: 8.5x11
View or Download:
Purpose: Provide education about the COVID-19 vaccine and encourage the community to get vaccinated
Topic: Vaccine Hesitancy
Target Audience: Everyone
File Type: PDF
Size/Format: Other
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Purpose: These social media graphics can be used to promote mental health and self-care.
Target Audience: Everyone
Content Type: Social media
File Type: PDF
Purpose: Provides facts and information about the COVID-19 vaccine, including information about common myths.
Topic: Vaccine Hesitancy
Target Audience: Canal neighborhood
, Target Audience: Everyone
, Target Audience: LatinX
, Target Audience: Marin City
, Target Audience: West Marin
, Target Audience: Youth
Content Type: Fact sheet
File Type: PDF
Size/Format: 8.5x11


Indigenous languages

Share this content to help support the health of our indigenous communities.


#IndigenousResponse #IndigenousSolidarity #OrgulloMaya #HágaseLaVacunaMarin #EstaEsNuestraOportunidadMarin #ManténganseSaludablesMarin #MantengaLaComunidad #CondadoDeMarin #GetVaccinatedMarin #ThisIsOurShotMarin #StayHealthyMarin #KeepCommunity


Download these guides with suggested content (posts, captions, alt-text) for Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

Download guide in English Download guide in Spanish

YouTube Videos

Instagram Videos

Download square-shaped videos and the posting guide. Warning: this is a zip file with several large video files so it may take time to download.

COVID-19 Content and Videos from Cielo

Available in: Tu'un Savi de San Jeronimo Progreso | Zapoteco | Tu'un Savi | Maya K'anjob'al | Maya-K'iche | Maya-Akateko | Maya-Ixil | Chinanteco de Lalana | Yaqui de Vicam | Maya Yucateco | Me'phaa de Malinaltepec 




Other agency toolkits and materials


Canal Alliance

Members of the Canal community share why they decided to get vaccinated.
Why I got vaccinated Video Series: