Covid-19 Guideline Update – April 2, 2021
Covid-19 Guidelines are constantly changing and being update. This link contains new guidance for gatherings and events on the first two pages of framework at the link below which will be effective April 15th.
California Department of Public Health – April 2021
Moving Beyond the Blueprint:
As we reach 20 million vaccines administered and COVID-19 case rates and hospitalizations have stabilized, California is looking to move beyond the Blueprint for a Safer Economy to fully reopening our economy. On June 15, all industries across the state can return to usual operations with common-sense risk reduction measures such as masking and vaccinations. Read more>>
Updated Travel Advisory:
Are You Eligible for the Covid-19 Vaccine?
See the Updated Guidelines here>>
Celebrate Graduations Safely
This guidance is intended to provide recommendations to help students, teachers, families, and school administrators celebrate the momentous milestone of graduation while also preventing the spread of COVID-19. See the Guidance here>>
State Meets Vaccine Equity Metric, Updates Blueprint
The State has focused on saving lives and protecting its communities during the public health emergency. California implemented the Blueprint for a Safer Economy on August 30, 2020 to reduce COVID-19 in the state with criteria for loosening and tightening restrictions on activities. Read more>>
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Marin Progresses from Red Tier to Orange - March 23, 2021
Marin Progresses from Red Tier to Orange
Improved COVID-19 indicators prompt a more open economy
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.
The move from tier 2 or “substantial risk” status to the less restrictive tier 3 or “moderate risk” level is based on consecutive weeks of progress in Marin’s coronavirus case statistics. Marin joins Santa Clara and San Francisco as Bay Area counties moving to tier 3 this week. San Mateo County achieved orange status on March 17.
The primary changes allowed under the state order as Marin moves into tier 3:
- Retail & grocery stores: can expand indoor capacity to 100%.
- Restaurants – indoor dining: can expand indoor capacity to 50% or 200 people (whichever is fewer).
- Museums & movie theaters: can expand indoor capacity to 50% or 200 people (whichever is fewer).
- Houses of worship: can expand indoor capacity to 50% or 200 people (whichever is fewer).
- Weddings/funerals: can expand indoor capacity to 50% or 200 people (whichever is fewer).
- Family recreation / entertainment facilities: can expand indoor capacity to 25%.
- Gyms & fitness studios: can expand indoor capacity to 25% and reopen indoor pools.
- Breweries/wineries that do not serve food: can expand indoor capacity to 25% or 100 people (whichever is fewer).
- Bars that do not serve food: can operate outdoors only.
- Non-essential offices may reopen (but working remotely is still encouraged).
- Higher education: can expand indoor capacity to 50% for indoor lectures.
Please Wear a Mask when Visiting Sausalito
Help Keep Sausalito Safe for Residents and Visitors Alike
Here in Sausalito while the views are plenty, we have narrow streets and sidewalks, tiny hidden paths, shops and restaurants. It is our intention to keep all who visit and reside here safe especially during peak visitor season.
Californians are required1 to wear face coverings in high-risk settings as the state continues to reopen amid the coronavirus pandemic.
In the latest guidance, the Department of Public Health explained, “People will be required to wear masks or other coverings in public spaces, including while taking public transportation, seeking medical care, shopping and in most work scenarios.’
‘Children under 2 are exempted from the rules, as are people eating or drinking in restaurants provided they can maintain a minimum 6-foot distance from other customers and staff who are not members of the same household.”
Why wear a face covering? The use of face coverings by everyone can limit the release of infected droplets when talking, coughing, and/or sneezing, as well as reinforce physical distancing.
Governor Gavin Newsom explained in an interview with NPR2, "the most impactful thing we can do, short of going back to a stay-at-home order, is wearing face coverings when we can't practice physical distancing."
Please be courteous to fellow visitors and residents by wearing a face covering, and help prevent the spread of Covid-19 … when you Visit Sausalito!
—Kim Huff, Kimber Communications