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  • Updated Public Health Order Allows Curbside Retail Updated Public Health Order Allows Curbside Retail

    Bay Area Health Officers Issue Joint Statement on Latest Order

    The following is a joint statement from health officers in the counties of Marin, Alameda, Contra Costa, San Francisco, and Santa Clara, plus the City of Berkeley.

    Thanks to the steadfast commitment of our residents to stay home, practice social distancing, and follow public health guidance, we have seen sustained progress on several key indicators regarding containment of COVID-19. This has remained true a full incubation period after the reopening of construction, outdoor businesses, and certain outdoor activities on May 4, 2020. Region-wide progress on the COVID-19 Indicators jointly set by Bay Area Health Officers includes:

    • The trend of new cases of COVID-19 has been stable or decreasing, even with increased testing;

    • The number of hospitalized patients with COVID-19 is stable or declining, and hospital capacity is sufficient for both COVID-19 patients and other patients who need hospital care;

    • More COVID-19 tests are being performed in our region each day;

    • Hospitals are reporting improved supply of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), though shortages continue in certain healthcare settings; and

    • There is increased capacity for case investigation and contact tracing.

    While much work remains to be done, in light of this progress, we are issuing a new order today that allows retail establishments to offer storefront pick-up, and also allows the manufacturing, warehousing, and logistical operations that support retail to resume. We are counting on these businesses to consistently follow social distancing protocols and public health guidance to protect their employees and customers as these activities resume. COVID-19 continues to pose a very significant risk to our communities, and that continued vigilance is necessary to ensure that we do not see an increase in spread as more activities resume. 

    As we reopen certain sectors, Bay Area residents are still required by health order to stay home as much as possible, wear face coverings, and follow the precautions that have helped the region make progress to slow the spread of COVID-19. As we move forward, we will continue to be guided by our COVID-19 Indicators and other data related to the spread of COVID-19 in our region.

    Marin County businesses seeking guidance about reopening procedures can learn more about local recovery on MarinRecovers.com

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    Stay home, save lives

    People can spread the virus even if they never have symptoms. Stay home except for essential needs. If you go out, stay 6 feet away from others and wear a cloth mask. This link is the State of California's homepage for all resources related to  California Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response

  • County of Marin COVID-19 Relief Fund, Eviction Ban, Rental Assistance County of Marin COVID-19 Relief Fund, Eviction Ban, Rental Assistance

    COVID-19 Relief Fund Boosts Rental Assistance

    Residents can also contribute to emergency fund to help vulnerable residents

    San Rafael, CA – In the first week after the County of Marin and nonprofit Marin Community Foundation (MCF) created a $1 million fund to assist vulnerable populations amid the COVID-19 response, demand quickly overwhelmed supply. It quickly became evident that the greatest need was in the area of immediate rental assistance.

     

    April 21 – Supplemental budget appropriation of $1.0 million for safety net COVID-19 response and approval of a $1.0 million FY 2019-21Master Contract Agreement to provide emergency rental assistance/homelessness prevention for low income residents.


    The County of Marin Board of Supervisors Approves COVID-19 Relief Fund, Eviction Ban

    The eviction resolution prevents County residents and business owners from being evicted because of a sudden loss of income tied to the COVID-19 pandemic. The moratorium will be in effect until May 31. The resolution applies to all of Marin, including cities, towns, and unincorporated areas.

    https://www.marincounty.org/main/county-press-releases/press-releases/2020/cao-covid-bosactions-032420

     

  • County of Marin Covid-19 FAQs & Resource Links County of Marin Covid-19 FAQs & Resource Links

    A “Shelter at Home” order is in place for Marin County and other Bay Area counties now through May 3.  This legal order limits activity, travel and business functions to only the most essential needs.

    The purpose of this is to keep people at home – except to complete the most essential activities, such as visiting a doctor or buying groceries for your household – in order to slow the transmission of COVID-19.  The more we stay at home, the less chance we have of exposing ourselves to this virus and spreading it from one household to another.  This order applies to people of all ages and backgrounds because anyone can be a carrier of the COVID-19 virus, even if they do not show symptoms.

    We must adapt our daily routines for the health and safety of each other. Please click here for a full list of Resources and Orders from the County of Marin related to COVID-19 > >

    April 21 – Supplemental budget appropriation of $1.0 million for safety net COVID-19 response and approval of a $1.0 million FY 2019-21Master Contract Agreement to provide emergency rental assistance/homelessness prevention for low income residents.

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    DA Warns Retailers about Price Gouging

    Marin County District Attorney Lori Frugoli issued a warning to all persons and businesses located in Marin County reminding them that price gouging on consumer food items, goods and services as well as emergency and medical supplies, is prohibited under California's anti-price gouging law, Penal Code section 396. Read more>>>

     

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  • OnwardCA Coalition OnwardCA Coalition

    OnwardCA Coalition was created to support the people of California in Getting Back to Work.

    Have you lost your job as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic? OnwardCA can help you find resources and jobs to get you back on your feet. Click Here to Get Started

     
    OnwardCA is an initiative of companies, foundations, and humans to get California workers displaced by COVID-19 essential life services and back to work as quickly as possible.

    Have you lost your job? One-stop resource for the people of California impacted by job loss during the COVID-19 Pandemic.

    Losing your job amidst a pandemic is traumatic. OnwardCA is a resource that has been rapidly deployed by a broad coalition of companies, foundations, and humans who want to help. Help you get money or groceries or child care; help you upskill, reskill, or refresh; and help you land a great new job.

  • City of Sausalito Closes City Facilities to the Public as Precaution City of Sausalito Closes City Facilities to the Public as Precaution

    City of Sausalito Closes City Facilities to the Public as Precaution

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    Posted 3:15 p.m. on March 16

    • On Monday, March 16, the public health officers of seven Bay Area jurisdictions, including Marin, issued a Public Health Order directing residents to shelter at home for three weeks beginning March 17. The order limits activity, travel, and business functions to only the most essential needs. Answers to Frequently Asked Questions about the order have been published to the Marin County HHS coronavirus page.
    • Municipalities in Marin County have been advised by Marin County HHS to close all City facilities to the public, effective Monday, March 16. The closures are a precaution to slow the spread of COVID-19 by limiting non-essential contact between individuals.
    • City of Sausalito closures beginning March 16 include City Hall, the Sausalito Library, and all meeting and recreation rooms.
    • The City of Sausalito will continue to provide essential services. The Sausalito Police Department and Southern Marin Fire will provide police, fire, and paramedic services uninterrupted.
    • If the situation allows and instead of responding to your home or business, the Sausalito Police will ask you to fill out a police report online or to speak with an officer over the phone. Police officers will also be practicing social distancing.
    • The City of Sausalito is in process of determining what other essential City services will continue to be offered while the public health order issued March 16 is in effect.

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    Advisory: SPD Service Modification During COVID-19 Pandemic

    In consideration of the current and rapidly changing events surrounding the spread of COVID-19, we will be making some changes to ensure the safety of our public and our personnel. It is our goal to reduce the spread of COVID-19, and as a result, you may see a change in service delivery. We want everyone to know that public safety continues to be our top priority during this temporary change.

    If the situation allows, instead of responding to your home or business, we will ask you to fill out a police report online (https://www.sausalito.gov/departments/police-department/report-a-crime) or to speak with an officer over the phone. You will also notice our personnel practicing social distancing. We have postponed community events.


  • Stay At Home Order in effect for Marin County Stay At Home Order in effect for Marin County

    Stay At Home Order in effect for Marin County

    A “Shelter at Home” order is in place for Marin County and other Bay Area counties now through May 31.  This legal order limits activity, travel and business functions to only the most essential needs.

    The purpose of this is to keep people at home – except to complete the most essential activities, such as visiting a doctor or buying groceries for your household – in order to slow the transmission of COVID-19.  The more we stay at home, the less chance we have of exposing ourselves to this virus and spreading it from one household to another.  This order applies to people of all ages and backgrounds because anyone can be a carrier of the COVID-19 virus, even if they do not show symptoms.

    We must adapt our daily routines for the health and safety of each other.  To help you understand the restrictions of the order, please review the resources provided below:

    Frequently Asked Questions

    County News Release Library

    Large Construction Project Safety Protocol (April 29, 2020)

    Small Construction Project Safety Protocol (April 29, 2020)

    Stay at Home Order in effect until May 30, 2020 (NEW, April 29, 2020)

    Appendix A - Stay at Home Order (NEW, March 31)

    Summary of New Stay at Home Order 

    Parks Additional Closure Order (NEW, April 29, 2020)

    Food Resources for the Vulnerable

    Contact County of Public Health

    See all Public Health Orders

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