Door County reported 42 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday. Hospitalizations and deaths stayed the same. Door County has changed how it logs recoveries. It used to actively follow up with all positive cases after the quarantine period had ended. Now it is using the state accepted method of passively recording recoveries 30 days after a positive test. While this transition occurs, no recoveries are being announced by the county, affecting the number of active cases reported.
Kewaunee County announced 33 new cases and 12 recoveries. That brings the number of active cases back above 100, even as hospitalizations fall from six to four.
Statewide, the Wisconsin Department of Health Services said there were 3,815 new cases.