In the Wisconsin COVID19 report for Tuesday, the seven day average for new confirmed cases went above 1100. That is a jump from the seven-day average of 1087 on Monday. The seven day average for new reported deaths is at two. Both Door County and Kewaunee County are listed under high virus activity levels.
Rising case numbers have prompted more Wisconsinites to get the vaccine as of late as 54.5 thousand residents got their shot last week, which is an increase of almost ten thousand from the week before. In Wisconsin 49.8% of residents have at least one vaccine dose and 52.8% of residents are fully vaccinated. In Door County, 68.8% of residents have received at least one shot and 65.3% completed the series. Vaccine numbers are lower in Kewaunee County, where 42.9% of residents have at least one vaccine dose and 40.9% are completely vaccinated.