The lack of deaths and hospitalizations are helping keep Door and Kewaunee counties out of higher COVID-19 community levels.
Door County returned to the green level on Friday, and Kewaunee County has never gone above it. Door County last reported hospitalizations on May 16th, while it has been since May 6th when Kewaunee County last had a person go to the hospital with COVID-19-related concerns. Deaths have been even less sparingly seen, with March 21st the last recorded COVID-19-related death in Door County, and March 4th for Kewaunee County.
In terms of new cases, Door County saw 55 of the 141 tests it administered come back positive for COVID-19. In their report from May 27th, Kewaunee County had 21 new cases pop up.
Statewide, COVID-19 numbers have been trending downward. Friday’s report showed a seven-day average of 1,755 for new COVID-19 cases, down from 1,868 a week ago.
Door County COVID-19 Case Counts - June 6, 2022
Updated weekly on Monday when data available from the state. Case counts do NOT include any at home testing results.
Total Tests: 29,935 (+141)
Positive: 6,901 (+55)
Probable: 398 (+6)
Negative: 22,636 (+80)