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Door and Kewaunee counties return to low community level

After a week at an elevated community level, both Door and Kewaunee counties are back at the low community level.


Two hospitalizations and 47 new cases last week led Door County to be placed at the high community level. Kewaunee County had 22 new cases last week, which led them to a medium community level.  In Door County’s case, Door County Medical Center Chief Medical Officer Dr. Jim Heise said their two hospitalized individuals showed no clinical disease associated with COVID-19 when they were admitted. Door County saw fewer new cases of COVID-19 than they did the previous week when they were listed in the low level. 


Community levels are determined by a combination of new hospitalizations, current hospital beds occupied by COVID-19 patients, and new COVID-19 cases. The recommendation for the low level is for people to get vaccinated against COVID-19 and to get tested if they show symptoms.


Statewide, the seven-day average for new COVID-19 cases sits at 1,483, which is approximately 200 less than a week ago.

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