The status update for June 18, 2020, includes updated Marin COVID-19 activity and guidelines for schools to resume in the fall.
Marin County COVID-19 status update: June 18, 2020
COVID-19 activity in Marin
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** We will be reporting San Quentin total cases as reported by the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. By clicking on the link, you can view the data that is being reported to Marin Public Health. After clicking the link above, select “Institution View” in the COVID-19 Tracing Dashboard and filter to “CA State Prison, San Quentin” in the upper right hand corner.Hear more about outbreak
Residential Care and Skilled Nursing Facility COVID-19 activity
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Guidelines Released for Schools to Resume in Fall
As Marin County and the State of California make strides toward reopening local communities during the COVID-19 pandemic, Marin students and parents now have more clarity on what classroom instruction will look like as schools plan to resume in Fall 2020.
A Public Health Guided Return to Site-Based Classroom Instruction. The document provides guidelines to help facilitate and return to site-based classroom instruction and applies to all Marin County educational institutions, including public, private, independent and parochial TK-12 schools.
For younger students, the guidelines leverage the concept of stable classroom cohorts, where students maintain the same group of classmates throughout the school day. These cohorts will utilize a synced schedule for arrivals, classes, lunch and recess to help prevent mixing of classroom cohorts. In addition, creative use of school space for learning and lunch breaks will maximize physical distancing and cleaning opportunities.
The guidelines also include protocols for COVID-19 related scenarios and enforcing health and safety practices of hand washing, physical distancing, appropriate face coverings, and health screenings. The full guidelines are available on the Marin County Office of Education website.
Read the full news release to find out more about the guidelines when school returns in the fall.
Marin Public Health Launches New Coronavirus Website:
If you visit coronavirus.marinhhs.org, you’ll see it has an entirely new look! We recently refreshed our home page so our most popular information resources are easier to find. This includes our daily updates and video messages, as well as important prevention information. Visit the site today and reach out to us if you have any feedback to make further improvements.
Where to get the latest information:
Have questions? Individuals can contact Marin Health and Human Services with non-medical questions about the coronavirus by email or by calling (415) 473-7191 (Monday – Friday, 9:30am to 12-noon and 1pm to 5pm).