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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, 2021.
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.
The primary changes allowed under the state order as Marin moves into tier 3 are:
Sector guidance is available on MarinRecovers.com.
Continued diligence to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in the community is important. Public Health emphasizes the importance of mask wearing, physical distancing, and frequent handwashing in public, and to consider COVID-19 testing prior to travel outside of the Bay Area, and quarantining after return. Free, same-day COVID-19 testing is available across Marin County.
Meanwhile, vaccinations continue throughout the county. Visit Public Health's vaccination webpage for the latest information on vaccine availability, eligibility, distribution data, and guidance on how to get an appointment.
Read the County's full news release on the switch to Orange Tier.