The Kewaunee County Public Health Department has issued a travel advisory to keep residents healthy and safe during the COVID-19 crisis. Since there are no confirmed coronavirus cases in Kewaunee County as of Monday, local health officials are asking non-permanent residents to avoid travel to their seasonal homes in the county. The travel advisory is also asking residents of Kewaunee County to stay in the county when doing their shopping for necessities. Kewaunee County Public Health Department Director Cindy Kinnard says, “we all need to continue to do our part to limit the spread of COVID-19 and by everyone limiting travel is just another way that we can all unite. Now, we do understand that some Primary care physicians of residents may require travel outside of Kewaunee County, and those appointments can be critical to keep.” She adds to keep social distancing at all times by remaining at least six feet apart from others. Door County issued a similar travel advisory last week.