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COVID-19 Status Update for 03/24/2023

Marin County COVID-19 Status Update for March 03, 2023, includes CDPH Announces New COVID-19 Guidance; Marin Team’s Manuscript; Friendly Reminder: Renew Medi-Cal Coverage; Update CalFresh Information to Ensure… Read More

Information for Healthcare Providers


COVID-19 Information for Providers

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COVID-19 Topics & Guidance


Getting Vaccinated in Marin

Information on Vaccines, CDC

ACIP information on COVID19 Vaccines


Getting Tested in Marin

Tests & Testing Guidance from CDPH Testing Task Force

Testing Guidance for Providers from CDPH

Testing Guidance from CDC

Isolation & Quarantine

Isolation & Quarantine Marin County

Isolation & Quarantine Information from CDC


CDPH Reporting  Information for Labs


Treatment information for Patients, FDA

Treatment Guidelines NIH (Select Full Guideline PDF)

Treatment Guidelines IDSA

Treatment of Hospitalized Adults, NIH

Infection Prevention and Control for Healthcare Personnel, CDC

Infection Prevention & Control

Infection Prevention and Control in Long Term Care Settings, CDC

Infection Prevention and Control in Non-Healthcare Settings, CDC

Information for Dental Care/Oral Health Settings, CDC

Adult Day Service Sites

Dialysis Centers

Healthcare Settings and Personnel

Strategies to Mitigate Healthcare Personnel Staffing Shortages | CDC

Managing Healthcare Personnel with SARS CoV2 Infection or Exposure, CDC

State and Local Public Health Information Resources

Public Health Orders in Effect for Marin County

Marin HHS Public Health Updates

Marin COVID19 Status Updates

All Guidance from California Department of Pubic Health

State of California COVID19 Tracking

Clinician Outreach and Communication Activity (COCA)

During COCA Calls/Webinars, subject matter experts present key emergency preparedness and response topics, followed by meaningful Q&A with participants. Each COCA Call/Webinar will offer the most up to date information and guidance for clinicians. Continuing Education is available for most calls/webinars.