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Category: COVID-19

San Rafael Update: Pop up Clinics, Help for Restaurants & More

Marin County will remain in Orange Tier 3, in the State’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy, due to a slight increase in COVID-19 cases that pushed our adjusted case rate to 2.5 on May 3rd, above the 2.0 per 100,000 limit required to move to Yellow Tier 4. The increase in cases has been attributed to travel, social gatherings, and … Continued

Mobile Vaccine Clinics in Marin | May 3 – 7, 2021

Walk-ins / Drop-ins welcomed as supplies last. If you live or work in Marin and have not received your first COVID-19 vaccine, you can drop-in at one of the Pop-up clinics in Marin. No appointments required. The vaccine is FREE and available to everyone, regardless of insurance coverage or immigration status. Anyone 16 or older is … Continued

San Rafael Update: New Mask Guidelines, Tier Progress, Vaccines in Marin

Marin County has achieved the first of two required weeks of COVID statistics that will allow us to move to the next, less-restrictive tier. If Marin maintains this progress, we may be able to advance to Tier 4 (yellow status) as early as May 3. At Tuesday’s update to the County Board of Supervisors, Dr. Matt Willis discussed our County’s progress toward the yellow Tier 4 in the Blueprint … Continued

San Rafael Update: Tier 3 Until May, Teen Mental Health, & More

The state has confirmed that Marin County will remain in Tier 3 (orange status) until at least May 4th due to a recent increase in COVID-19 cases. The increase is likely related to families and individuals traveling during local schools’ spring break recess.   Keep in mind, to advance to a less restrictive tier we must:   have been in the current tier for a minimum … Continued

San Rafael Update: Tier Status, J&J, Vaccine Distribution, & More

En Español Yesterday, Public Health Officer Dr. Matt Willis provided a COVID-19 response update to the Marin County Board of Supervisors on current COVID-19 data, vaccination progress, Marin’s continued status in Tier 3 (orange) in the Blueprint for a Safer Economy, and the conditions and timing for moving to Tier 4 (yellow). Marin’s potential move … Continued

San Rafael Update: Tier Status, New Variant, Funeral Assistance, & More

Following the State’s weekly tier status update, Marin County remains in the Orange Tier 3 (Moderate Risk) for another week. In order to move to the next less restrictive tier, we must spend at least 21 days in Tier 3 and meet additional requirements before advancing.  Yesterday afternoon, Governor Gavin Newsom outlined the state’s next step in the COVID-19 pandemic recovery: moving beyond the Blueprint … Continued

Marin County Vaccinations Open up to Residents in Canal Neighborhood

Marin County Residents Living in lower Healthy Places Index Census Tracts Ages 16 and Older are Now Eligible for the COVID Vaccine. Marin County is now Vaccinating the following groups: People who live in Marin County and are: Age 65 & Older Age 16 – 64 living in the Canal Neighborhood or other lower Healthy … Continued

San Rafael Update: Marin Moves to Tier 3, San Rafael’s First Spanish Town Hall, & More

Marin County has officially been assigned to Tier 3 (orange status) or “moderate” risk level as part of the Blueprint for a Safer Economy.  The State approved this move due to fewer daily cases, a reduction in the proportion of positive tests among those who are tested, and progress in addressing the County’s lowest-income communities. The primary changes allowed under the state order … Continued

San Rafael Update: Tier Status, Vaccine Eligibility, CA Rent Relief Program, & More

While Marin County remains in the Red Tier 2 for another week, the State of California confirmed Marin has met the Orange -level criteria for seven of the required 14 days. If we maintain this progress we can expect to move into the Orange Tier 3 on Tuesday, March 23 (effective March 24).  In Dr. Matt Willis’ weekly video update to the Marin County Board of Supervisors, the County’s Public Health Officer reviewed current COVID-19 … Continued

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