Less than a case a day kept harsher COVID-19 community levels away for Door County according to the most recent situation update.
Door County stayed in the low community level for COVID-19 after the report showed only five of the 112 tests administered for the coronavirus came back positive for the virus. There were two additional deaths reported but no new hospitalizations. Data regarding deaths tends to lag from what is being seen due to reporting from the state.
The news comes a week after Door County Public Health Officer Sue Powers announced at last week’s Health and Human Services Board Meeting that she would be retiring in June. She has served the role for close to four years, two of which she spent helping the community navigate the pandemic.
The Door County Public Health Department will continue to host vaccine clinics on Tuesdays from 12-4 p.m. at the Door County Government Center.