Short-term rentals were finally allowed to resume on Monday as Covid-19 case numbers in Marin trend downward, though public health officials this week urged operators to prioritize providing shelter to wildfire evacuees. On the coast, some lodgings kept their doors shut under threat of the Woodward Fire. 

“Evacuees are the priority,” Angela Nicholson, the . . .

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