Active cases go down in Door County ahead of holiday week

One more Door County resident has been hospitalized for COVID-19, but Monday’s situation report offered good news ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday. Of the 139 tests performed, 46 came back positive for COVID-19. The number of active cases still went down by 21 to 339. The new numbers reflect what has happened since the county’s last situation report on Thursday, though the notifications of new deaths and hospitalizations usually come from the state which can sometimes lag when compared to positive and negative tests. Just under 74 percent of Door County residents have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. Door County Public Health’s next vaccine clinic is scheduled for December 2nd on Washington Island for kids aged 5-11 by appointment only.

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