COVID-19 cases remain low, zero deaths in state

The news on the coronavirus remained optimistic both on the local and statewide levels Monday.   

Door County Public Health reported just four confirmed COVID-19 cases out of the 30 tests performed since last Friday.  The number of active cases did increase by one to 49, but three recoveries were noted. 


Kewaunee County disclosed only one confirmed case of the coronavirus out of the 73 test results reported since Friday.  The number of active cases went down to just six with two recoveries.

There were no deaths over the weekend, but one additional hospitalization was reported in Kewaunee County.  


DHS numbers show that Door County had vaccinated 1,776 adults last week while Kewaunee County administered 767 vaccine doses.  Nearly 30 percent of all Door County residents have received at least one dose of the vaccine while close to 20 percent in Kewaunee County.


The Department of Health Services reported no COVID-19 deaths on Monday and 30 additional hospitalizations with 294 more positive tests. 



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