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Kewaunee County confirms three more cases of COVID-19

Kewaunee County now has thirteen confirmed cases of COVID-19.   According to the Kewaunee County website, The Kewaunee County Public Health Department posted that four cases remain active while there have been six recoveries as of 2 pm Tuesday.  Kewaunee County Public Health Director Cindy Kinnard announced two additional cases during Tuesday's board meeting. The only COVID-related death was reported on April 13.  The first positive case of the novel coronavirus in Kewaunee County was on April 5th.  The Kewaunee County Public Health Department is working to identify and contact others who may have been in close contact with the people diagnosed with COVID-19.  No other details are available.  Names cannot be released due to HIPAA laws.  Wisconsin Department of Health Services reported Tuesday afternoon that the state had reached 300 deaths associated with COVID-19.  

 

 

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