The state saw a little bit of good news on the COVID-19 front on Wednesday as the seven-day average dipped to 2,318. That is about 85 people less than on Tuesday, a number the state admits gets inflated as they play catch up from the weekend. The percentage of positive tests also dropped half a percentage point to 8.3 percent. Wisconsin Department of Health Services noted an uptick in the number of deaths to 18, up from 16 on Tuesday.
Both Door and Kewaunee counties are offering opportunities to get vaccinated this week as those numbers slowly climb up statewide and locally. The COVID-19 vaccine will be offered at the Door County Public Health Department’s drive-through flu clinic at the Sister Bay/Liberty Grove Fire Station on Thursday from noon until 5 p.m. You can contact the Kewaunee County Public Health Department to schedule an appointment to get vaccinated on Tuesdays and Fridays.
Door County will release its second COVID-19 situation report on Thursday.