COVID-19 numbers continue to slow

Door County Public Health disclosed only three confirmed cases of COVID-19 from the 25 test results reported on Tuesday.  The number of active cases decreased by one and now stands at 46.  


Kewaunee County noted no new cases of the coronavirus on Tuesday from their seven test results.  The number of active cases stayed at 10 and only one person remained hospitalized with COVID-19 at this time.


On the vaccination front, Door County Public Health reported that DHS numbers show that Door County has provided about 25.7 percent of the population the first dose of the vaccine, representing over 60 percent of people over the age of 65.


A day after reporting no deaths, the state announced 29 COVID-19-related deaths on Tuesday.  Coronavirus cases in the state went up 463 with 70 more people being hospitalized.



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