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Door County downgrades COVID-19 level

Just a few days after the county introduced a new system for reporting its COVID-19 levels, you will already see it with a different color.


The Door County Public Health Department downgraded its COVID-19 level from yellow (medium) to green (low) on Friday. That means there is limited impact on the healthcare system and low amounts of severe disease in the community. Wearing a mask, according to the department is a personal preference. The Wisconsin Department of Health Services says there have been just 13 confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19 in the last seven days as of March 4th. The numbers do not include positive at-home tests. You can find the rest of Door County’s COVID numbers below.


The Door County Public Health Department will offer a vaccine clinic every Tuesday at the Door County Government Center from 12-4 p.m. and this Thursday at the Sister Bay/Liberty Grove Fire Station from 2 to 5 p.m. You can schedule an appointment but walk-ins are also welcome.


Door County COVID-19 Case Counts - March 7, 2022

Updated weekly on Monday when data is available from the state. Case counts do NOT  include any at-home testing results.
Total Tests: 28,372
Positive: 6,550
Probable: 365
Negative: 21,457
Hospitalizations: 238
Deaths: 51

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