Vaccine providers are more than prepared to help you protect yourself from COVID-19.
The Wisconsin Department of Health Services reported that only 8,300 doses of the vaccine have been administered this week, including 57 in Door County and 32 in Kewaunee County. Both counties were under 100 administered doses during the holiday-shortened week, which featured the lowest number of vaccinations statewide since it was first made available in December. Door County is one of just four counties where more than half of its residents have been vaccinated against COVID-19.
The news comes after the seven-day average of positive COVID-19 tests ticked up one to 139. The state is still averaging two COVID-19 related deaths and 30 hospitalizations over the last seven days.
Door County will announce their data on Thursday and Kewaunee County will do theirs on Friday.