Door County updates COVID-19 status

The Door County Public Health Department released updated numbers on the COVID-19 situation on Friday afternoon.  Two residents tested positive since Monday of this past week in the county and have been in isolation since first being tested.   As of 2 pm Friday, 117 tests have been performed.  Of those tests, 68 were negative, and 47 are still pending.  Statewide, the numbers reflect 1,912 positive cases with 22,377 negative tests and 37 deaths.  The “Safer at Home” guidelines state orders all individuals in Wisconsin to stay at home or their place of residence, with limited exceptions. Individuals who are using shared or outdoor space other than their home or residence must, at all times and, to the extent possible, maintain social distancing of at least 6 feet from another person.  You can find the complete guidelines online with this story.




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