Your main source of information about COVID-19 in Marin County should be the Marin Department of Health & Human Services. The dedicated Marin HHS web page is updated daily with information about the shelter-in-place order(s), useful resources for those impacted by the pandemic, technical case information (surveillance reports) about COVID-19 in Marin County, and guidance about how to best keep you, your family, and your community healthy.
As significant updates are released by public health officials, the Town will continue to distribute information using the TiburonTalk newsletter, including information about how it impacts the Tiburon community. Sign up here.
Your Need-to-Know News (updated 3/23)
Visit https://coronavirus.marinhhs.org/vaccine for the latest updates on COVID-19 vaccine eligibility.
Current and Upcoming Public Health Orders
The statewide Stay-at-Home Order has been lifted. Restrictions will now fall under the State's Blueprint for a Safer Economy framework. Marin County is in Tier 3 (Orange).
Facial coverings are required in most settings outside the home, especially where social distancing practices may be difficult to maintain. Unless unsafe, facial coverings are required for everyone aged 2+ when:
- at indoor AND outdoor businesses - whether as an employee or customer
- waiting in line to enter a store
- waiting for and using public transit
- when in a taxi or rideshare
- when seeking healthcare; or visiting a hospital, medical clinic, laboratory, dental office, veterinary clinic, or blood bank
- walking outside and within 6 feet of others
You do not need to wear a face covering while you are exercising outdoors by yourself, but you must keep one with you and ensure your nose and mouth are securely covered when you pass someone within six feet.
Click here for additional information about the requirements and guidance on making your own mask. Public health officials recommend washing your hands or using hand sanitizer before and after handling your mask.
Testing & Public Health
If you are experiencing symptoms consistent with COVID-19, you should call your healthcare provider immediately and seek testing. Even if you are not experiencing symptoms, public health official recommend you seek testing under certain circumstances.
If you or someone you are in close contact with has tested positive for COVID-19, read the Marin HHS safety guidance on quarantine and isolation.
MarinRecovers.com is the centralized resource for all Marin County residents to access jointly-created recovery information as we begin to move through all stages of COVID-19 recovery. Monitor the County’s progress through the multi-phased approach to reopening Marin County with the Marin County COVID-19 Recovery Plan.
Remember to check in on your elderly or vulnerable neighbors - a phone call, email, or physically-distanced door knock or an offer to pick up groceries or medicine is one of the kindest acts you can do.