COVID-19 cases staying low, zero state deaths

The Department of Health Services announced no COVID-19-related deaths on Monday.  Coronavirus cases in the state went up 178, the lowest single-day number since last June.  The state also reported just 27 new hospitalizations since Sunday. 


The encouraging news on the COVID-19 front also continued locally on Monday. 


Door County Public Health reported 17 tests performed since Friday with the actual number of positive tests being reduced by two because of a state adjustment.  Only one probable positive test was noted and active cases went down three to 47. 


Kewaunee County noted just one confirmed case of the coronavirus out of the 43 test results reported since Friday.  The number of active cases went do to just 10 with two recoveries.


There were no deaths or new hospitalizations reported in either Door or Kewaunee County.





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