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New Guidelines Allow Formation of "Social Bubbles"

Post Date:06/26/2020 6:55 PM

New public health guidelines for social bubbles went into effect for Marin County on Monday, June 22. The new guidelines are intended to allow people to expand their social circle beyond the members of their household.

A social bubble is a stable group of 12 people or less who have collectively agreed to limit their outdoor social activities to only each other for at least three weeks. Members of a social bubble who are not part of the same household are encouraged to continue to wear face coverings and maintain physical distance.

Child care or summer camp bubbles are separate from household bubbles. This means that if you send your child to camp or preschool, you don't have to forgo bubbling with your extended family or friends. Your child can be in both bubbles. However, a child can only participate in one childcare or camp bubble during any three week period.

Answers to frequently asked questions about social bubbles can be found on the Marin County Coronavirus Information website.

READ THE FAQ ON SOCIAL BUBBLES
READ A MARIN COUNTY PRESS RELEASE ON SOCIAL BUBBLES
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