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COVID-19 Status Update for 01/28/2022

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COVID-19 Status Update for 05/13/2021

Marin County COVID-19 Status Update for May 13 includes vaccination information for kids 12 to 15 years old, updated guidance on wearing face coverings, news about getting vaccinated for multiple things at the same time; and updated local COVID-19 data. 

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The Marin County COVID-19 Status Update is published weekdays and as needed to share important news and resources related to the COVID-19 pandemic and to keep the local economy running. We remain here for you.  


Vaccinations Begin for 12- to 15-year-olds 

Vaccinations started Thursday in Marin County for youths aged 12 to 15 now that authorization bodies have provided the go-ahead. Existing mass vaccination sites will offer evening and weekend hours for newly eligible youths, and mobile vaccination units will be dispatched to select locations, including schools in lower-income communities.  

The primary site for adolescent vaccinations will be the Larkspur Ferry Terminal, a drive-through vaccine site operated in partnership with Curative and the Golden Gate Bridge District. The site is open Sundays through Thursdays from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and opened 6,000 appointments for the newly approved 12- to 15-age group on Thursday. In addition to the Larkspur location, a number of one-day clinics have been planned around the county.  Learn more about the vaccine and upcoming vaccine events at    

See the County’s full news release


CDC Updates Guidance On Masks: What Does it Mean for Marin?  

Today, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) updated its guidance for people who are fully vaccinated. The guidance suggests people who are fully vaccinated no longer need to wear a mask or physically distance in any setting, except where required by federal, state or local laws, rules and regulations, including local business and workplace guidance.  

So, what does this mean for Marin residents and businesses? Marin County is bound by the mask mandate set forth by Governor Gavin Newsom and the California Department of Public Health. We anticipate CDPH will soon update its guidance to model CDC’s announcement. Until that happens, Marin’s mask guidance remains the same.   

  • If you are fully vaccinated (meaning 14 days after getting your second/final shot), you can go without masks outdoors EXCEPT when at a crowded place (e.g., sporting event, parade, festival, etc.).    

  • If you are unvaccinated or partially vaccinated, can only go without masks outdoors if you can maintain at least 6 feet of distance from anyone who doesn’t live in your household. Otherwise, you should wear masks at all times outside of the home, especially in public places.  

Vaccinations are the primary way to emerge from the pandemic safely and are the ticket to lifting any restrictions on masks. This is a growing trend in our society: More and more activity and business guidance is beginning to include provisions for fully vaccinated individuals versus unvaccinated individuals.  So, while we wait for CDPH to update its guidance, consider getting vaccinated so you can take part in the activities allowed for vaccinated individuals, and help Marin get closer to achieving community immunity. You can find your closest vaccination site by visiting  


CDC OKs Coadministration of Vaccines 

On May 12, the CDC gave medical providers the green light to provide COVID-19 vaccines to patients as the same time as other vaccines, or give without regard to the timing of other vaccinations. Previously, doctors had been advised to avoid giving coronavirus vaccine within two weeks of any other vaccine. 

This is an important change for pediatricians because children may be able to get more than one vaccine when they visit. In a recent report, the CDC noted that immunizations have fallen due to the pandemic, especially among adolescents. This includes routine immunizations given to children, including vaccinations against influenza, tetanus, meningitis, and human papillomavirus (HPV).   

Youths age 12 and older are now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, and many vaccine providers in Marin are providing options for adolescents.  Visit for more details. 


COVID-19 Data Update:  

Below is a summary of today’s data now available on Marin Data & Surveillance webpage. View the page for a broader range of data, plus interactive graphs for confirmed COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths. Data analysis is available by age range, gender, race, and city/town/geographic region. Questions about the data? See our Data FAQ or contact us

Looking for daily data trends? Our Marin Data & Surveillance webpage  uses Tableau dashboards to visualize the impact of COVID-19 in Marin County. Under each dashboard are links to datasets available on Marin County's Open Data Portal


COVID-19 Case Data 

Today’s Report 

Change from Yesterday 

Total Confirmed Cumulative Cases 


+ 11 

“Active Cases” (Confirmed in Past 14 Days) 


- 5 

Total Cumulative Deaths 


+ 0 

Cumulative COVID-19 Hospitalizations 


+ 2 

Current COVID-19 Hospitalizations 

Current COVID-19 ICU Patient Census 

Tests Conducted Among Marin Residents 


+ 694 


COVID-19 Vaccination Data  

Today’s Report 

Change from Last Status Update 

Marin residents vaccinated with at least one dose 


+ 323 

Percent of Marin population age 16+ who have received at least one dose 


+ 0.2% 


Residential Care & Skilled Nursing Facility COVID-19 data: 

Today’s Report 

Change from Yesterday 

Positive Patients at Facilities cumulative 


+ 1 

Positive Patients at Facilities current  

+ 1 

Positive Staff at Facilities current 


+ 0 

Facility Patient Deaths 


+ 0 

Facility Patient Deaths as percentage of all COVID+ deaths 




State COVID-19 data: 

Today’s Report 

Change from Yesterday 

California Confirmed Cases 


+ 1,443 

California Deaths 


+ 46 


Other Marin County Data Dashboards:  

Vaccination Data 

School -based COVID-19 Transmission Data 

Blueprint for a Safer Economy (“tier status”) Data 


Stay Informed 

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Contact Us. We Are Here for You. 

Have questions?  We are here to help: contact our COVID-19 Response Team or by phone at (415) 473-7191, Monday through Friday, 10AM to 5PM.  

Alternatively, you can contact the statewide COVID-19 Hotline 7 days per week by dialing (833) 422-4255 for general information about state COVID-19 resources.  If you’re looking for medicine, medical attention or have a medical related question, please contact your primary care provider or local health clinic. As a reminder, please only call 9-1-1 if you are experiencing a life-threatening emergency.  


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