Door County continues vaccination strides

Door County continues to set the bar in Wisconsin for getting shots in arms as over 15,000 Door County residents are now fully vaccinated from COVID19. Currently the county has 60.7% of residents with one vaccine dose and 56.1% are fully vaccinated. With the U.S. Food and Drug Administration authorizing emergency use of the Pfizer vaccine for people aged 12-15, Door County Public Health urges everyone eligible to get vaccinated. Public Health also ensures that COVID19 vaccine is currently in good supply and available at several local clinics and pharmacies. They are also offering a vaccine clinic by appointment at the Sister Bay Fire Station every third thursday afternoon beginning next week. 


In Thursday’s COVID19 report, Door County reported four positive cases out of forty-three tests performed. There were no new hospitalizations or deaths. In Kewaunee County, 37.6% of residents received a vaccine dose and 34.9% are fully vaccinated. 


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