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Latest Update from Dr. Willis. Every week, Public Health Officer Dr. Matt Willis updates the Board of Supervisors on Marin County's response to COVID-19. This week, Dr. Willis shared an informative update about the status of the Omicron variant in Marin County, presenting a scenario regarding the risk of infection within our community and steps being taken to keep critical sectors functioning during this time of high case rates. Watch the video (YouTube).
Facial Coverings in Marin County. Beginning December 30, Marin County aligned with the California Department of Public Health's order requiring all people, regardless of vaccination status, to wear a facial covering in all indoor public spaces and workplaces. Masks are not required when outdoors, but strongly encouraged in crowded environments. Read more.
Isolation & Testing. Are you experiencing COVID-19 symptoms or believe you may have been exposed to COVID-19? The CDC recently updated its COVID-19 isolation and quarantine guidelines, so start here. Looking for a test? Visit Marin County Public Health's Testing Portal with all the information you need about when and where to test.
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