COVID-19 status update for 23/03/2022

COVID-19 status update for 23/03/2022

Marine County COVID-19 Status Update to March 23, 2022 Video: Marine Pandemic Results After Two Years; COVID-19 Wastewater Monitoring – New Dashboard !; Think positive, test negative; and updated local COVID-19 data.

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The Marin County COVID-19 status update is three times a week and as needed to share important news and resources related to the COVID-19 pandemic and to keep the local economy running. We will stay here for you.

Video: Marine pandemic results after two years

Yesterday, Marin County Public Health Officer Dr. Matt Willis, back from leave, Marine’s primary findings in pandemic response for county supervisory board and community. The presentation reviews health, education, economic and social factors.

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To measure COVID-19 activity in our community, Marin County Public Health uses both case frequency and wastewater sampling. When people have COVID-19 infection, the virus spreads through their digestive system to our wastewater. This means that the amount of virus in our wastewater (sewage) generally reflects the level of infection in our community. This new dashboard shows the average amount of virus (SARs-CoV-2 replicates per milliliter) at five wastewater collection sites across the Navy. At each site, two samples are taken up to three times a week. Communities were selected based on technical capacity to obtain samples, historical prevalence of COVID-19, and population size. This dashboard, available on our monitoring pageupdated weekly.

More information on wastewater monitoring and concentrations across the Bay Area can be found at Covid-WEB (Wastewater Epidemiology for the Bay Area) page.

Think positive, test negative

Testing is an important tool we have available to help combat the spread of COVID-19 in our community. If you experience symptoms related to COVID-19, do not hesitate and get tested as soon as possible. This is highly recommended even if you are up to date on your vaccinations. It’s an easy step to take, and finding out if you’re positive is helping others test negative.

Alternatively, are you in close contact with someone who is COVID positive? Slow down the spread by following Isolation and quarantine guidance and get a COVID-19 test 5 days after your exposure. Protect those you love by taking advantage of the testing opportunities available in Marin County.

FREE COVID-19 testing is offered in collaboration with Optum Serve and Curative. Click on the links below to check availability or visit ours Testing website to find further testing options.

The current test plan is below:

Optum Serve / LHI

Appointments required. Call (888) 634-1123 or book online.

  • Marin Health and Wellness Campus / Kerner
    3260 Kerner Blvd, San Rafael
    (open Tuesday – Saturday 7:00 to 15:00)

  • St. Andrew Presbyterian Church Parking
    101 Donahue Street, Marin City
    (open Fridays 11: 00-19: 00)

  • West America Bank car park
    1177 E. Francisco Blvd, San Rafael
    (open Tuesday – Thursday and Saturday from 11:00 to 19:00)


Appointments are preferred and walk-up registration is available at all locations in Marin County except the Jury Duty parking lot *. Appointments are released 4 days before. Click on a location name below to book an appointment or call (888) 702-9042. Visit their website for several locations outside Marin.

UPDATE: The healing clinic at Fairfax Market will be CLOSED this week.

Interested in receiving a FREE home test?

Visit for more information and to request up to 4 free tests per. household. Do you want to buy an over-the-counter test? Visit for online retailers.

If you are symptomatic and cannot get a test or test time, treat your symptoms as COVID-19 and isolate. If you have tested positive with a home test, there is no need to confirm the result with a PCR test. Treat a positive as a positive, no matter what type of test is used, and be sure to report your result to ours self-test reporting form.

More information, as well as information on when to be tested, types of tests, and what to do while awaiting your test results can be found at The processing times of the actual results at most test sites are now within 48 hours.

COVID-19 data update:

As of February 16, our COVID-19 status update changed in frequency and is now published on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays except public holidays. Because these updates are no longer released on consecutive days, the last column of each data table now reflects the change from the last status update, not a change from the previous day.

Below is just a snapshot of local COVID-19 data. For a more in-depth analysis of COVID-19 trends, please see Marine Data & Surveillance websitereview our Frequently asked questions about dataor explore the raw datasets at Marin County’s Open the data portal.

COVID-19 case data

Today’s report

Change from Latest Status Update

In total, confirmed cumulative cases



“Active cases” (confirmed within the last 10 days)



Total cumulative deaths



Current COVID-19 admissions



Current COVID-19 ICU Patient Count



COVID-19 vaccination data

Today’s report

Change from Latest Status Update

Percentage of Marine residents aged 5+ vaccinated with at least one dose


+ 0.0%

Percentage of Marin population aged 5+ who have completed vaccine series.


+ 0.0%

Marine residents aged 5+ who have received a booster / 3. dosage



Percentage of the entire Marine population “fully immunized” (14+ days after the final dose) *

89% *

+ 0%

* Please note that this percentage is out of all Marine residents including children under 5 years of age.

Enter COVID-19 data:

Today’s report

Change from Latest Status Update

California confirmed cases



California deaths


+ 105

What to do if:

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