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Beyond the Blueprint – reopening California’s economy Changes effective Tuesday, June 15 On June 15, 2021, California moved Beyond the Blueprint for a Safer Economy and eliminated the color-coded tier system for counties. This means restrictions related to business and social activities have eased, however things still don’t look exactly like they did pre-pandemic. Capacity...

As of June 15, 2021, the Governor terminated the executive orders that put into place the Stay Home Order and the Blueprint for a Safer Economy. The new public health order effective June 15 supersedes all prior health orders and has limited restrictions. The restrictions related to gatherings now apply only to mega-events. Mega-events Mega-events are indoor events with 5,000 or...

Job loss If you have lost your job as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the State of California has launched Onward CA, a one-stop resource guide for Californians impacted by job loss during this crisis to help you get back to work as quickly as possible.  Onward CA consists of a coalition of companies, foundations,...

Marin Small Business Development Center (SBDC) If you are a small business, you are able to receive no cost expert support with any of your loan/grant applications or any other business needs such as marketing, HR, ecommerce, social media, product development, etc. Please contact Marin SBDC for guidance and assistance by calling 415-482-1819 or sign...

Please complete the COVID-19 Case and Contact Reporting form for Marin County Businesses for any employees who have tested positive or were exposed to someone with COVID-19. A representative from Marin County Public Health will contact you. Case and Contact Reporting Form

Dr. Matt Willis, Marin's Public Health Officer, penned a letter to Marin's chambers, businesses and community, explaining the rationale behind the 5 county decision to adopt the Stay Home Order in December 2020.

Tier 4 Allowed Indoors with Modifications Hair Salons Retail and Malls Libraries Personal Care Services* Museums, Zoos & Aquariums Places of Worship at 50% capacity Movie Theaters at 50% capacity Hotels and Lodging Gyms and Fitness Centers at 50% capacity and saunas Restaurants at 50% capacity Wineries at 50% capacity or 200 people, whichever is...

Tier 3 Allowed Indoors with Modifications Hair Salons Retail and Malls Libraries Personal Care Services* Museums, Zoos & Aquariums at 50% capacity Places of Worship at 50% capacity or 200 people, whichever is fewer Movie Theaters at 50% capacity or 200 people, whichever is fewer Hotels and Lodging Gyms and Fitness Centers at 25% capacity...

Tier 2 Allowed Indoors with Modifications Hair Salons Retail and Malls at 50% capacity Libraries at 50% capacity Personal Care Services* Museums, Zoos & Aquariums at 25% capacity Places of Worship at 25% capacity or 100 people, whichever is fewer Movie Theaters at 25% capacity or 100 people, whichever is fewer Hotels and Lodging Gyms...

Tier 1 Allowed Indoors with Modifications Hair Salons Retail and Malls at 25% capacity Hotels and Lodging Allowed Outdoors Nail Salons Massage Therapy Skin Care Estheticians Museums, Zoos & Aquariums Places of Worship Movie Theaters Gyms & Fitness Centers Restaurants Wineries Family Entertainment Centers Cardrooms, Satellite Wagering

Fitness Facilities are defined as gyms, fitness studios and personal training services. Fitness Facilities are permitted to operate, subject to the applicable guidance issued by the State of California. (Copy and paste the information below into the “Business/Industry Best Practices” section of your Site Specific Protection Plan) Workplace Specific Plan  Establish a written, workplace-specific COVID-19 prevention...

CHILDCARE AND YOUTH PROGRAMS: Childcare establishments and Youth Programs may open for operations. Each business must create, adopt, and implement a written COVID-19 Site-Specific Protection Plan (the SSP template is available online at marinrecovers.com) that incorporates and addresses all applicable State guidance.  Youth Programs that include youth sports may only operate consistent with the State...

INDUSTRY-SPECIFIC GUIDANCE OF THE HEALTH OFFICER OF THE COUNTY OF MARIN REGARDING REQUIRED BEST PRACTICES FOR CHILDCARE AND YOUTH PROGRAMS   This industry-specific guidance is being issued pursuant to the May 15, 2020 Order of the Health Officer of the County of Marin Directing All Individuals in the County to Continue Sheltering in their Place...

Marin Public Health and Marin Recovers Industry Advisors have partnered to host a series of informative webinars to help our local businesses navigate current safety guidelines and know what to do if an employee tests positive for COVID-19.  Webinars are offered by industry to review specific considerations that may relate to that type of business...

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