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COVID-19 Safety for Your Family

Please review this information to keep you and your family safe:

FACE MASKS IN MARIN ARE MANDATORY

Face coverings are required for everyone in Marin -- over 2 years old -- when around other people. This includes the Mill Valley Skate Park - a popular recreation spot for Mill Valley teens.

You must wear a mask:

  • At indoor AND outdoor businesses – whether as an employee or a customer
  • Waiting in line to enter a store
  • Waiting for and using public transit
  • Riding in a taxi or rideshare (e.g., Lyft, Uber)
  • Seeking healthcare; or visiting a hospital, medical clinic, pharmacy, laboratory, dental office, veterinary clinic or blood bank
  • Walking outside and within 6 feet of others (6 feet = about the length of a mattress)

SELF-QUARANTINE IF YOU TRAVEL

Marin County is under at Stay at Home Order. All individuals shall stay home except as necessary to conduct allowable, essential activities.

  • Only essential travel is allowable (e.g., family medical care / emergency; critical infrastructure business).
  • Any non-essential travel is considered high risk.

Marin County students who engage in any high-risk activity (incl. non-essential travel and mixing households) must quarantine for 10 days. Quarantine may be discontinued after 7 days if they test negative on Day 5 or later and remain asymptomatic. Learn more.

NO GATHERINGS WITH OTHER HOUSEHOLDS

All gatherings with members of other households are prohibited (playdates, sleepovers, etc are not permitted). Public health officials have noted an increase in cases due to private gatherings, especially in the young adult age range.

Let's all do our part to keep each other safe!

Visit the County of Marin COVID-19 webpage for more information.