Marin County COVID-19 Status Update for June 1 includes: The State of California moving Marin County to yellow Tier 4 status and further economic reopening; a schedule of vaccination popup clinics coming up in the next few days; and updated local COVID-19 data.
CDPH confirmed Marin County’s placement in Tier 1 (purple status), which is the most restrictive Tier of the blueprint.
San Rafael, CA – The State of California has announced that Marin County will be moving from “red” to “orange” status in the Blueprint for a Safer Economy during the COVID-19 pandemic, effective Wednesday, March 24. … Marin joins Santa Clara and San Francisco as Bay Area counties moving to tier 3 this week.
Marin Graduates to Tier 2 COVID-19 Status. San Rafael, CA – The State of California has announced that Marin County will move from “purple” to “red” status in the Blueprint for a Safer Economy effective Wednesday, February 24.
San Rafael, CA – Marin County Public Health will lift a local mask mandate, which required everyone to wear face coverings in indoor public places, effective at noon Monday, November 1. … Marin’s overall vaccination rate is above 80%.
San Rafael, CA – With its improving COVID-19 figures, Marin County is graduating from orange Tier 3 status to yellow Tier 4, which means more reopening of the economy and another step toward pre-pandemic normalcy. … Matt Willis, Marin County’s Public Health Officer.
Purple-tier bad. California, along with Ohio and Colorado, employs a color-coded system to warn about the prevalence of the Coronavirus. … The purple tier lets people know the virus is widespread, with more than eight percent of test results coming back positive over a seven day period.
The weekly status was shown on a map with four tier colors: purple, red, orange, and yellow. The Blueprint framework was California’s reality from August 2020 to June 2021, but it is no longer in effect.
San Francisco Remains In State’s ‘Purple’ Tier for Reopening, But ‘Red’ Tier Is In Sight. … San Francisco’s daily average new case rate is 19.2 per 100,000 residents — or 12.5 after adjusting for testing prevalence.
San Rafael, CA – The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) has announced that Marin County will remain in the State of California’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy orange Tier 3 status.
On August 7, 2018, the Marin County Board of Supervisors adopted the County’s first Short Term Rental Ordinance with a limited, two-year term.
SOLANO COUNTY – The State of California announced today that Solano County will move from the Red Tier into the less restrictive Orange Tier of the Blueprint for a Safer Economy effective Wednesday, June 2, 2021.
San Francisco was assigned by the state to the most restrictive reopening tier (Purple) according to California’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy. This was due to an aggressive surge in COVID-19 cases. Our daily cases have nearly quadrupled in the past month.
The county – effective immediately – moves to the second stage (red) of the state’s four-tiered, color-coded reopening system. This means indoor restaurants, gyms, movie theaters and places of worship may now open with restrictions in San Mateo County.
Everyone 2 years or older who is not fully vaccinated should wear a mask in indoor public places. In general, you do not need to wear a mask in outdoor settings.
The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) is requiring indoor masking all over the state from December 15, 2021 to January 15, 2022. The CDHP is allowing San Francisco to keep its recently eased indoor masking requirements for certain groups.
It’s been close — two weeks ago the county had 13 new cases, bumping up its case rate for the following week’s tiering, so the clock had to reset. “That’s why you see Inyo perpetually stuck in purple, because one case makes a huge difference,” Muchovej said. “That’s 12 cases spread over 10,000 square miles.”
|Region||COVID Patients Currently in Hospital in Region||COVID Patients as Percent of Region Population|
|New York City||2,708||0.03%|
“The short answer is yes,” says Saju Mathew, M.D., a Piedmont primary care physician. “The long answer is that unless 85% of Americans get the vaccine, we are not even going to get close to ending the pandemic.”
Due to a recent increase in cases, CDPH has mandated that everyone in California wear a mask in indoor public spaces and workplaces.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention now requires a negative COVID-19 test for all air passengers entering the United States from outside the country.
Contra Costa Improves to Red Tier, Shows Steady Improvement Since Winter COVID-19 Spike. … The average daily number of new cases in Contra Costa has fallen enough that California today moved the county from the purple tier to the red tier of its Blueprint for a Safer Economy, effective Sunday, March 14.
November 16, 2020 – See Health Services Press Release: State Response to COVID-19 Spike Returns Contra Costa to Purple Tier.
Santa Rosa, CA – April 6, 2021 – After just three weeks in the red tier within California’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy, Sonoma County will move into the less restrictive orange tier beginning on Wednesday, April 7.
Short-term rentals, often arranged through online companies such as Airbnb and VRBO, have been popular places for visitors to stay in Marin under normal public health circumstances.
California State Mandated Fee is required for new business license applications and renewals; the fee is $4.00.
Short-Term Rental Registration.
Hosts renting their homes (or rooms in their homes) for less than 30 days are required to submit a registration form with Mill Valley’s Planning and Building Department. As part of registering, you will need to pay a $50 fee.
State Masking Requirement
Effective December 15, 2021, masks are required for all individuals in all indoor public settings, regardless of vaccination status from December 15, 2021 through January 15, 2022 (surgical masks or higher-level respirators are recommended).
|Area||Population||People Vaccinated with at least One Dose|
|Sierra County||2,930||1,656 56.52%|
|Siskiyou County||43,540||22,679 52.09%|
|Solano County||438,530||316,062 72.07%|
|Sonoma County||501,317||398,835 79.56%|
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