Through the last week, Door County has the highest rate of first-dose vaccinated individuals in Wisconsin. The place at the top of the state persists even after the cancellation of Johnson & Johnson vaccine clinics in the week. As of Saturday, Door County has 56.7% of residents who’ve had the first vaccine dose and 38.9% who have finished the series. 89.6% of residents age 65 and older have received at least one dose in Door County. Without the Johnson & Johnson clinic, over 1700 less residents were vaccinated this week than the previous week.
In Kewaunee County, 34.5% of residents have received at least one dose and 25.4% of residents have completed the series. In Kewaunee County’s 65 and older population, 69.8% of residents have received at least one vaccine dose. Just 413 residents were vaccinated this week in Kewaunee County after the Johnson & Johnson clinic cancellation, which is a drop from 1176 the previous week.