The area reported another COVID-19 death on Monday. The 20th coronavirus-related fatality was recorded in Kewaunee County. Kewaunee County Public Health officials disclosed 90 more COVID-19 cases since last Wednesday with 89 new recoveries. The active cases in Kewaunee County remained the same at 136 with hospitalizations dropping from six to three.
Door County saw recoveries significantly outnumber positive cases of COVID-19. Since last Wednesday, Door County Public Health reported 48 new coronavirus cases with 204 recoveries noted. That brings the active cases down to 468. No new hospitalization was noted in Door County. With the recent slowing of positive cases, Public Health Manager Susan Powers says her department has been able to help with contact tracing again for the last week.
Powers adds that Door County businesses are invited to a free virtual informational session on preventing COVID spread in the workplace on Tuesday from 3:30-4:30 pm. You can find a link to the meeting below.
DOOR COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH INFORMATIONAL MEETING FOR BUSINESSES
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Meeting: Preventing COVID spread: Information for Businesses
When: Tuesday, December 1, 2020 3:30 PM-4:30 PM CST.
Meeting number (access code): 126 118 1918
Meeting password: pHwk6fhYC78 (74956349 from phones and video systems)
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