The status update for May 22nd, 2020 includes updated COVID-19 activity, updated guidance for summer camps and child care businesses to reopen starting June 1, a reminder to recreate responsibly this weekend, and a video update from Dr. Willis.
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Visit our Data & Surveillance webpage to view interactive graphs for confirmed COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths. Data analysis is available by age range, gender, race and geographic region. In addition, you can track the total number of local hospital visits due to respiratory illness -like activity, which provides situational awareness and could be an early indicator of potential hospital surge in Marin.
Remember to view our Marin County Indicators for Assessing Progress on Containing COVID-19. This webpage provides data related to indicators that are being tracked by Health Officers across the Bay Area to measure progress in containing COVID-19 and assess to what extent we can continue to loosen the shelter in place order. View a recent explanation of the dashboard from Dr. Matt Willis.
Summer Camp and Child Care Guidelines Now Available
Summer camp operators and child care businesses in Marin County now have the guidelines they need to safely proceed with reopening, beginning June 1. Marin County Public Health has shared best practices with child care establishments and summer camp operators that include mandated steps to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus. Those steps include protocols on social distancing, handwashing, face covering, surface cleaning and disinfecting, and other precautionary practices.
In addition to general public health hygiene guidelines, the requirements for childcare facilities and summer camps include limiting group sizes to 12 children or fewer and keeping the same groups together for a minimum of three weeks. Arrival times are to be staggered, and parents should avoid carpooling to such facilities. Most activities are to be conducted outdoors, where the risk of contracting COVID-19 is much lower. Shared equipment, such as sporting goods and toys, must remain within the same group of 12.
A video update from or Public Health Officer:
Dr. Matt Willis provides an update about the Marin Recovers Industry Advisors reopening effort and steps we can take to continue to get closer to a full recovery.