COVID-19 cases increase as vaccinations amp up

The number of positive tests for COVID-19 reported Monday in the area increased slightly as vaccinations were opened to anyone in the state now who is 16 years or older.

Door County Public Health reported five new cases out of the 26 tests performed since Friday, with active cases going up to 125. There were no recent deaths or hospitalizations reported in Door County.


The Department of Health Services reported Monday that Kewaunee County administered 1440 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine last week, with 29.4 percent of residents have received at least one dose.  Door County numbers reflected over 2900 doses given, with nearly 50 percent of residents getting at least the first vaccine. 


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