Safely reopening Marin County from COVID-19

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Current Status Marin’s status on the Blueprint for a Safer Economy Blueprint for a Safer Economy means libraries may provide in-person services.  The State Library has also released guidance for the re-opening of libraries for in-person services. See the State Library’s COVID-19 website for more information. Find resources for public libraries by the California Library Association and the State Library.  Libraries should follow...

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...

Full Industry Guidance from Public Health (as of May 29) 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 of Residence (the “Shelter in Place Order”) and unless otherwise defined...

Can Libraries open for curbside services? Yes. First however, each Curbside Retailer must create, adopt, and implement a written COVID-19 Site-Specific Protection Plan (a Site-Specific Protection Plan template is available online at marinrecovers.com that incorporates and addresses all applicable Best Practices included in this guidance. Can Libraries open to allow patrons inside the building? No....

Based on permission from the state and current COVID-19 activity, we are working to continue to reopen different aspects of our economy. We are reopening Marin County in a phased and measured approach to help keep all residents safe and healthy. Below, please find a list of our phased reopening approach. **Note: Some reopened businesses...

(paste this into your Site Specific Protection Plan and fill in the <required content>) All library buildings and facilities must remain physically closed to the public, but Curbside Library Services may begin delivering requested materials to patrons either via curbside service or by mail. Library Personnel must wear masks as required by the Health Officer...

Current Status Marin’s status on the Blueprint for a Safer Economy means Retail-related businesses can operate indoors and outdoors, with modifications.  Examples of retail-type businesses that can operate include:  Bookstores Clothing and shoe stores Convenience stores Farmers Markets Florists Gas Stations Grocery Stores Home and furnishing stores Jewelry Stores Libraries Pharmacies Sporting goods stores Shopping Malls may operate indoors. ...

Overview The following protocols are based on state and industry guidelines and have been finalized in partnership with Marin’s business community, the Public Health Officer, and legal counsel. These protocols expand upon the county’s physical distancing protocols and offer business specific standards to support a safe and productive business environment. Posting of protocols here does...

As the County of Marin meets the criteria to move beyond Phase I, we must implement a framework to safely and progressively reopen with new adaptations for all sectors, where we live, work and play. Steering Committee Agency / Organization Representative(s) County Board of Supervisors Dennis Rodoni, Katie Rice Marin Economic Forum Mike Blakeley Small...

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