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COVID-19 Status Update for 10/27/2020

The Marin County COVID-19 Status Update for October 27 includes news of Marin’s clearance to move from “red” status to “orange” status on the state’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy; A video update from Dr. Matt… Read More

COVID-19 Status Update for 07/07/2020

The status update for July 7, 2020, includes updated COVID-19 activity, Community conversation online event on Friday and our status update publishing schedule.

Marin County COVID-19 status update: July 7, 2020

COVID-19 Data Update:

Below is a summary of today’s data now available on Marin Data & Surveillance webpage. View the page to review 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.

COVID-19 activity in Marin:

Marin Confirmed Cases** 1,512
Marin Cases Recovered 1,096
Marin Deaths 20
Marin Current Hospitalizations 37
Marin Cumulative Hospitalizations** 70
Tests Completed in Marin: 34,406

Residential Care and Skilled Nursing Facility COVID-19 activity:

Positive Patients at Facilities cumulative 87
Positive Patients at Facilities current 52
Positive Staff at Facilities cumulative 98
Positive Staff at Facilities current 36
Facilities with current positive Patients/Staff 12

State COVID-19 activity:

California Confirmed Cases 277,774
California Deaths 6,448

San Quentin State Prison COVID-19 activity:

San Quentin Active Cases** 1,369

*This number no longer includes tests that were completed at San Quentin State Prison.

**San Quentin cases are not included in Marin’s cumulative counts for cases or hospitalizations [Details on our Data FAQ]. We report San Quentin total in custody cases as reported by the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. (To view data, visit CDCR’s COVID-19 Tracing Dashboard, and then select “Institution View” tab at the bottom and filter to “CA State Prison, San Quentin in the upper right-hand corner.)

Community Conversation: COVID-19 response and MarinRecovers update

What has Marin County Public Health been doing in response to the COVID-19 pandemic? Why are we experiencing outbreaks? What is the status of the reopening progress and Marin Recovers work group? Join us for a community conversation as some of Marin’s top experts in public health and the phased reopening process answer your questions about this important topic.

WHAT: Community Conversation: COVID-19 response and Marin Recovers updates

WHEN: Friday, July 10, 2020 at 4:00 PM

FEATURED SPEAKERS

  • Angela Nicholson, Emergency Operations Center Director
  • Matt Willis, M.D., Public Health Officer
  • Max Korten, Marin Recovers Director

HOW TO PARTICIPATE:

Meeting ID: 993 8019 4261, Attendee ID: #, Password: 074775

Requests for accommodations may be made by calling (415) 473-4381 (Voice), CA Relay 711 or by e-mail at disabilityaccess@marincounty.org. Copies of documents are available in alternative formats, upon request.

Status Updates Now Monday-Friday; Data Still Available on Weekends

To streamline our response and maintain staffing for the long-term response to the COVID-19 Pandemic, we are adjusting the Daily Status publishing schedule to Monday – Friday only (no written updates on weekends). By providing status updates on the weekdays, and keeping data updated on the weekends, we will continue to provide the information pertinent to the COVID-19 pandemic and our response.

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).

Message for our social media followers:

If you typically access our Status Updates via social media (e.g., Facebook, Twitter or Nextdoor), you will find that we have retired our blue statistics graphic. Why? Two reasons:

  1. Infographics of that nature are difficult to access by individuals with visual disabilities (e.g., people who rely on screen readers to browse the internet); and
  2. The graphic was originally meant to highlight some of our high-level statistics. However, the broad range of data supplied in our daily status updates and on our data surveillance page has grown to surpass what could be displayed in one simple graphic.

We want our readers to be able to review the daily data all at once (and not base assumptions on just those few that were highlighted on the graphic). Therefore, we’re providing you a simple graphic that links directly to the data and full report. While we’ve reorganized the way in which the data is displayed in the daily Status Update, rest assured that all the same data points are still included. And, remember that you can access even more data at coronavirus.marinhhs.org/surveillance.