Making Door County a safe July 4th destination

Destination Door County is urging visitors to stay and play over the July 4th weekend, though safety comes first.  The organization wants holiday travelers to come, have fun and bring face masks.  Door County has not seen the increases in COVID-19 cases like other areas that reopened too soon and didn't encourage the use of personal protection.  Jon Jarosh, Destination Door County Communications Director, wants vacationers to practice simple safety precautions to help efforts by local businesses to maintain attractions that visitors come to expect.




Jarosh says using face masks and social distancing is also needed to protect workers who keep the bars, restaurants, shops and motels running to ensure a pleasant stay for visitors.

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