MARIN, Calif. (KRON)– Marin County has moved into the yellow tier making it the only county in California to do so.
On Wednesday, the CDC COVID Data Tracker was updated revealing Marin has moderate levels of community COVID-19 transmission.
According to county officials, there was a direct correlation between high vaccination rates and decreasing case rates.
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Starting on Oct. 15, indoor mask standards will be easing in Marin County, as case and hospitalization rates continue to drop.
The county will continue to utilize the CDC tracker to monitor transmission rates, but if the county stays in the yellow tier for 3 weeks in a row, the local indoor mask required will concern an end and default to Californias present mask required is.
The following organizations possibly get approved for indoor mask exemptions if they can show that all who exist are totally vaccinated:
Gyms/Fitness CentersOffice SettingsEmployee Commuter VehiclesReligious GatheringsCollege Classes
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County authorities launched the following declaration:
If Marin remains in yellow for 3 weeks consecutively, the regional indoor mask requirement will cease and default to the states current mask required.
If Marin remains in yellow for three weeks consecutively, the regional indoor mask requirement will default and stop to the states existing mask mandate.