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Over half test positive for COVID-19 in latest Door County numbers

Despite over half of the people tested for COVID-19 in Door County since Monday were positive, the number of active cases held relatively steady.

 

Of the 107 tests performed since the last Door County Situation Update, 57 came back positive. The number of active cases only went up three to 468. There were no new hospitalizations or deaths reported, though those numbers can sometimes lag from what is actually happening locally.

 

Over 72 percent of residents have had at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine and the Door County Health Department announced earlier this week plans to get that number even higher. The department expanded the drive-thru hours at some locations for the Seasonal Influenza and COVID-19 Vaccine.  The Pfizer and Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 Vaccines are available at drive-up clinics. The next drive-up clinic is scheduled for the Brussels-Union-Gardner Fire Station in Brussels on Tuesday from 12:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Door County Public Health will also have their usual Wednesday clinic as well. 

 

Door County 

Tests Performed: 21,496 (+107)
Positive: 3,396 (+57)
Probable: 262 (-2)
Negative: 17,838 (+52)
Active: 468 (+3)
Total Ever Hospitalized: 138
Death: 31 

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