Marin County COVID-19 Update - March 25, 2021

Marin County has officially been assigned to Tier 3 (orange status) or “moderate” risk level as part of the Blueprint for a Safer Economy. The State approved this move due to fewer daily cases, a reduction in the proportion of positive tests among those who are tested, and progress in addressing the County’s lowest-income communities. The primary changes allowed under the state order as Marin moves into Tier 3: 

  • Retail & grocery stores: 100% indoor capacity
  • Indoor dining: 50% capacity
  • Movie theaters & museums: 50% capacity
  • Houses of worship: 50% capacity
  • Weddings & funerals: 50% capacity
  • Gyms & fitness studios: 25% indoor capacity indoor pools
  • Breweries/wineries that do not serve food: 25% indoor capacity
  • Bars that do not serve food: outdoor only
  • Non-essential offices: recommend working remotely
  • Higher education: 50% capacity for indoor lectures

 The County must spend at least 21 days in Tier 3 and meet additional requirements before advancing to the next, less restrictive "minimal” risk, or Tier 4 (yellow status). Health officials estimate the earliest potential movement to Yellow Tier is April 14.

As Marin experienced earlier this year, if COVID conditions worsen, the County will move back into a more restrictive tier, so please continue to be safe—wash your hands, keep a safe distance, and wear your face mask when you leave home. 

Learn more: Visit the Marin County HHS COVID-19 website. Please check out their FAQsSubscribe to their daily enewsletter, and contact them if you have questions.