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Marin County Health & Human Services Coronavirus webpage provides up-to-date information on a variety of categories relating to the COVID-19 pandemic:
Marin County Public Health tracks demographic, geographic, and clinical information about confirmed COVID-19 cases to inform the COVID-19 response and understand factors associated with COVID-19 transmission and clinical outcomes in our community. They are consistently improving the data collection, analysis, and sharing procedures, and will continue to add additional indicators to this report as data become available. On the Surveillance webpage, you will find data for the following key indicators related to confirmed COVID-19 cases and testing:
There are two main indicators of potential COVID-19 activity locally— the number of confirmed cases and the general number of people experiencing severe respiratory illness. Seeing important increases helps our healthcare providers and partners know when COVID-19 activity may be increasing in Marin. Marin County Public Health receives regular updates on cases of respiratory illness from all Marin County emergency departments (ED), and from Emergency Medical Services (EMS), our countywide 911 ambulance response system. They track these over time, and compare to prior years. Note there’s always ups and downs in the usual activity, and they are looking for significant changes. Respiratory illness surveillance data are available on the webpage below the information reported for confirmed COVID-19 cases.
Information about confirmed cases is updated daily by approximately 5pm Pacific Standard Time (PST). Information about respiratory illness activity is updated biweekly each Tuesday and Friday.
You may also want to visit the Town of San Anselmo’s COVID-19 Resource webpage to learn about local efforts and other information.