Monday, June 14, 2021

Marin Hospital Census: Zero COVID-19 Cases

County of Marin News Release

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Marin Hospital Census: Zero COVID-19 Cases

Milestone demonstrates vaccine's effectiveness

San Rafael, CA – For the first time in more than a year, Marin County hospitals have zero COVID-19 confirmed patients requiring hospitalization.

The milestone comes on the eve of California's transition to Beyond the Blueprint status, a step to rollback capacity and physical distancing limits as well as other business operational restrictions of the former Blueprint for a Safer Economy

The last time Marin did not have a single patient hospitalized for COVID-19 was May 3, 2020, just prior to a major surge of cases statewide that led to the implementation of the County Monitoring List in June 2020 and the Blueprint model in August 2020.

Marin County has one of the highest COVID-19 vaccination rates in California, with 89.1% of eligible residents aged 12 and older having received at least one dose of the vaccine and 80% having completed a vaccine series. The high rate of vaccine adoption among Marin residents has dramatically decreased both local case rates and hospitalization rates. Most COVID-19 cases and all deaths over the past two months have been among unvaccinated individuals.

"The pattern couldn't be clearer that vaccinations protect us," said Dr. Matt Willis, Marin's Public Health Officer. "We're seeing the benefits in preventing the most serious illnesses and is another reason why we feel ready to move forward with reopening our local economy."

Marin County plans to align with California Department of Public Health's Beyond the Blueprint policies and will not impose any local, more restrictive regulations than what the state allows.

Marin County Public Health continues to offer a series of mobile vaccination clinics in its quest to inoculate the remaining 11% of eligible residents. Find a vaccination location by visiting

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Friday, June 11, 2021

Sunday, June 6, 2021

Terellita Fontaine Maverick Lived Up To Her Name

Maury Maverick 's mother passed away while he was visiting her in San Antonio. " I think she waited for me. I called her every day at least once and such a huge void for me and my family. She was a one of a kind mother and will be greatly miss by her family. She was my greatest fan for me playing guitar and loved jazz and we sang a lot together and had real fun. She was feisty to the end and a real kick❤️" 

Friday, May 7, 2021

Remember the Moms!

 Are you struggling to find that perfect gift for Mother's Day? How about doing her grocery shopping for her and having it delivered? 

If that's a bit over the top, you can always opt for flowers and chocolate, or some of her favorite bakery treats! 

Good Earth offers a great service. Their floral department is special, with a vintage flair. 

Pictured: Fairfax store, with delivery to Fairfax and San Anselmo. 

Tam Valley store offers delivery to most of Homestead.


Wednesday, April 14, 2021

Call To Action : Farallon Poison Drop

The threat of tons of poison dropped on the Farallon Islands sanctuary looms once again. 
Please watch the video, send an email, and contact your elected representatives. 

Thank you for caring.

Sunday, February 28, 2021

Support Your Good Health, Support Local Businesses!

 Dear Friends: 

True, some restrictions have been lifted, but we urge you to utilize the services provided by our local businesses. One is Good Earth at Tam Junction, which provides online shopping service for pickup and delivery:

Ed: Although I currently work for Good Earth, this was not a paid advertisement; it is a personal view, expressed of my own free will. MT