The March 30th, 2020 status update provides an update about Public Health Officer Dr. Matt Willis, information about the extension of the Public Health order and the parks closure and a video update from Dr. Lisa Santora.
COVID-19 activity in Marin:
Marin County Emergency Operations Center COVID-19 Dashboard
|Marin Confirmed Cases:
||98 (5.37% increase from yesterday)
|Marin Persons Tested (at point of testing site):
|California Confirmed Cases:
To see a breakdown of confirmed cases by age or gender, visit Marin HHS’s data website. In addition, our surveillance team monitors respiratory illness activity and hospital visits. Tracking the total number of visits and those due to respiratory illnesses provides a situational awareness of current resource needs in our community, which helps advance policies to limit community spread and support our excellent healthcare partners’ capacity to respond. Visit the data website to learn more.
Seven Bay Area Jurisdictions to Update Shelter-in-Place Order
The Public Health Order for people to shelter-in-place safely in their homes will soon be extended until at least May 1. Public Health orders are issued by the respective Health Officers of each jurisdiction. The Bay Area is fortunate to have a group of dedicated public health leaders who are working together to address the interconnectedness of our region. We have said an extension might be expected as we work together to slow the spread of the COVID-19 disease. Additional details about the updated order will be available when it is finalized in the next day or two.
We will also be extending, strengthening, and clarifying the Public Health order to close parks. Unfortunately, even during a rainy weekend, residents and visitors congregated at popular recreational areas throughout Marin County.
Update on Marin’s Public Health Officer - Dr. Matt Willis
We know many have asked for an update on Dr. Willis. He sends his deep gratitude for all the good wishes and support you have shared. He's continuing to rest and recover at home with his family as he enters the second week of his illness. He has an excellent medical team supporting him and his focus is on healing and getting healthy so he can rejoin Marin County Public Health on the response to COVID-19.
An update from your Deputy Public Health Officer
Dr. Lisa Santora provides an update on Dr. Willis and speaks about community mitigation strategies and the extension of the Public Health Order until at least May 1st, 2020.