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The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) on Monday, January 25, 2021 lifted the regional stay-home order for Marin County, the Bay Area and statewide, effective immediately. New projections showed the Bay Area’s intensive care unit bed capacity above 15% four weeks from now, meeting the criteria to exit the regional order. All 11 counties in the Bay Area, including Marin, moved into the purple Tier 1 within the Blueprint for a Safer Economy.
Among the businesses allowed to serve customers indoors now are: Hair salons and barbershops; personal services (nail salons, estheticians, massage studios, tattoo parlors, piercing shops); limited services (carwashes, dry cleaners, electricians, handypersons/general contractors, heating and air conditioning services, landscapers, laundromats, pet groomers, plumbing services, janitorial/cleaning services); hotels, motels and short-term lodging; retail stores and malls, at 25% capacity; and libraries, at 25% capacity.
Among the operations allowed to serve customers outdoors: Restaurants (outdoor dining); places of worship; gyms and fitness/dance/yoga studios; family entertainment centers; day camps; wineries; card rooms; campgrounds and playgrounds; youth and adult recreational athletics programs.
A full list of changes to business sector guidelines will be updated to the Marin Recovers website soon.