The number of new cases of COVID-19 remained low in Kewaunee County as the state sees numbers it has not seen since last July. Just five new cases of COVID-19 were reported since March 3rd. Of those five new cases, only one of them is considered active. No hospitalizations or deaths were reported a week after Kewaunee County lost its 50th resident to COVID-19. The county’s vaccination rate ticked up to 52.5 percent. The Wisconsin Department of Health Services reported that the seven-day average for new COVID-19 cases dropped to 392, the first time it has been below 400 since July 21st, 2021. Kewaunee County is one of 68 counties in the high level for COVID-19 disease activity with three counties in the medium range and one rated as very high.