Door County COVID-19 cases up seven from Monday

The latest report from Door County public health has the total number of positive COVID-19 cases in the area at 66, with 22 still active. It continues a trend of increased cases throughout the Door Peninsula, the State of Wisconsin, and much of the country. Incubation time for the disease can be upwards of two weeks, which means newly reported cases could still potentially be linked to the Fourth of July holiday. Hospitalizations and deaths have remained muted. Total COVID-19 admissions stand at 295, according to the Wisconsin Hospitals Association, up 21 from last week. Only one death was reported statewide on Wednesday, bringing the total for the week to seven.


Kewaunee reported no new cases since yesterday and remains at 85 total with 24 active.


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