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Tiburon Peninsula businesses take cautious approach to relaxed coronavirus rules

Many businesses across the Tiburon Peninsula and the rest of Marin were allowed to further ease coronavirus-related restrictions last week as the county continued to progress through the state’s reopening plan — but most local business owners say they aren’t planning any big changes in reaction to the news. The state on Oct. 27 gave Marin the go-ahead to advance to the less-restrictive orange tier-3 status for its management of the coronavirus, indicating moderate spread of the disease and allowing local health officials to further relax rules on businesses.

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