Door County and Kewaunee County are both in the “very high” disease activity level category according to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services COVID-19 database, as the state struggles to keep daily cases or deaths down. They are lumped in with the other 54 counties in the state that are also at a “very high” level. The state’s report on Tuesday showed that the seven-day average for new confirmed cases is 1670 and the seven-day average for new reported deaths is at 15. Both case and death totals are an increase from Monday’s report.
In Wisconsin, 55.8% of residents have at least one COVID-19 vaccine dose and 52.5% are fully vaccinated. Coming off of the extended weekend, Wisconsin administered approximately 49,700 vaccine doses last week, which is a decrease from over 70,000 the week before. You can get vaccinated in Door County on Wednesday in Sturgeon Bay at the Door County Public Health office from 2:00 PM to 4:30 PM. Another clinic is on Thursday in Washington Island at the Community Center’s Rutledge Room from 11:00 AM until 1:30 PM. Door County releases their COVID-19 report on Thursdays and Kewaunee County releases theirs on Fridays.