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Door County adds 14 active cases

Door County saw its COVID-19 numbers continue to climb as it urges the immunocompromised to get their third vaccine dose. The public health department reported on Monday it had 22 positive tests come back out of the 127 given since last Thursday’s update. That caused the number of active cases to go up 14 to 163. On a positive note, there were no additional hospitalizations or deaths in that time period. The Door County Public Health Department is asking the immunocompromised, and those who have not been vaccinated at all, to call and schedule their appointments. They have vaccine clinics scheduled for September 2nd at the Sister Bay/Liberty Grove Fire Department, September 7th at Sevastopol School, and every Wednesday at Door County Public Health. Just over 69 percent of Door County residents have received one dose of the vaccine.


Door County 

Tests Performed: 19,435 (+127)
Positive: 2,788 (+22)
Probable: 240 (+2)
Negative: 16,407 (+103)
Active: 163 (+14)
Total Ever Hospitalized: 120 
Death: 30

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