Allowed Tomorrow - Indoor Retail and Indoor Cleaning Services 

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Public Health Order to Allow Indoor Retail and Indoor Cleaning Services


Starting tomorrow, June 12,  retail businesses and personal cleaning services are allowed to operate under the newest Marin County Public Health guidelines.  


Supporting our local retail business community will now be easier! Indoor retail, including auto dealerships, will be allowed if proprietors and store managers follow specific public health precautions, including: limiting occupancy to 50% capacity or less, upholding physical distancing and facial covering requirements. 


Indoor cleaning services, such as housekeeping and janitorial services, will also be allowed to operate with limitations and conditions, including: residential property cleaning must take place when the resident is not home; and in commercial properties, tenants and any members of the public present cannot be in the immediate space of the cleaning. In addition, cleaning and janitorial services shall follow the COVID-19 Industry Guidance: Limited Services and the safer cleaning methods set forth by the California Department of Public Health. Further guidance for indoor cleaning services will be posted on Marin Recovers tomorrow.


The County of Marin will be submitting a COVID-19 County Variance Attestation Form to the State, which if approved would allow Marin to move further into Phase 2. Marin is tentatively planning for the following businesses and industries to open on June 29, contingent on approval from the State and a lack of case spikes and hospitalizations: indoor restaurant dining, hair salons, gyms/fitness studios, and hotels/motels/hospitality (for leisure and tourism).


An overview of currently allowed businesses in Marin and a list of targeted opening dates for those not currently open, can be found on Marin Recovers 


As we continue to open up businesses and activities, it is more important than ever that we remain diligent with our personal responsibility to help slow the spread of COVID-19: wear face coverings, practice social distancing and continue to wash our hands. 


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