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Door County COVID-19 numbers continue positive trend

Door County is posting some of its lowest COVID-19 numbers since it switched to its twice-a-week reporting last fall.


Of the 156 tests administered over the weekend, only 36 came back positive for COVID-19. Another three were listed as probable. The county has not posted triple-digit positive cases since late January. No deaths or new hospitalizations were reported on Monday, though those numbers tend to lag from what is being seen locally due to the state’s reporting. It follows the trend the state is going after hitting its highest levels since the start of the pandemic last month.


On Friday, the Wisconsin Department of Health Services announced the seven-day average for new COVID-19 cases is 4,157 with a 16.1 positivity rate. Saturday marked the two-year anniversary of COVID-19’s first appearance in the state.


Door County Public Health will have two clinics in the area this week in Sturgeon Bay (Door County Government Center, 12-4 p.m. on Tuesday) and in Sister Bay (Sister Bay/Liberty Grove Fire Station 2-5 p.m. on Thursday).

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