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Marin County Public Health Online Town Hall to Cover COVID-19 Next Steps


NEWS RELEASE: Marin Health & Human Resources June 7, 2021

San Rafael, CA – So much is changing in June as our society, our businesses, and our lives ease back toward the pre-pandemic state of things. What is the next chapter for Marin County?


Some answers will be provided in a virtual town hall scheduled for 6 p.m. Thursday, June 10, hosted by the County of Marin. The discussion will focus on the steps toward reopening Marin and what that will mean for daily routines, including in relation to health care. The featured speakers will be Marin County Public Health Officer Dr. Matt Willis, District 4 County Supervisor and Board President Dennis Rodoni, and Dr. Laura Eberhard, Chief of Critical Care for Kaiser Permanente San Rafael.


Viewers may tune in via the County’s main Facebook page, and participants may join the videoconference and contribute to the conversation via Zoom.

  • Meeting ID: 950 0082 7668
  • Attendee ID: #
  • Password: 074775
  • Call-in number: (669) 900-6833


The event will have English captions and ASL/CDI interpretation. If you wish to participate in Spanish, please attend using Zoom.


Interested in staying informed on all the changes? Follow the County on FacebookTwitterNextdoor or subscribe to COVID-19 status updates. Visit MarinHHS.org/coronavirus for more resources.

For disability accommodations, please phone (415) 473-6358 (voice), CA Relay 711, or e-mail the Digital Access staff. The County will do its best to fulfill requests. Copies of documents are available in alternative formats, upon request.

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