New cases down, one hospitalized in Door County

The signs continue to look better in Door County and in the state as the number of new COVID-19 cases dropped again on Monday.  The Wisconsin Department of Health Services disclosed 116 positive tests with 27 hospitalizations and four more deaths.  The positivity rate was under five percent with the number of positive tests the lowest in 13 months.   


Door County reported only two of 58 tests performed were confirmed positive on Monday.  Two other COVID-19 tests were deemed “probable” as the number of active cases remained at 49.  No deaths were reported and one additional person was hospitalized.


On the vaccination front, Door County has vaccinated 61.3 percent of its residents with at least one dose of the vaccine while 56.3 percent have completed the vaccine series.  In Kewaunee County, 38.1 percent of the people have received at least one dose of the vaccine, and 35.3 percent are fully vaccinated. 


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