Door and Kewaunee counties received a much more positive outlook regarding their COVID-19 levels on Tuesday.
In Door County, 66 of the 136 total tests for COVID-19 came back positive. While that accounts for almost half of the total tests reported, it did not result in additional hospitalizations or deaths.
Last week, the report showed one death and four hospitalizations. Kewaunee County officials shared their COVID-19 for the first time in a few weeks before the holiday weekend. They received only 22 new cases over the previous seven days with no new deaths or hospitalizations.
The lack of deaths and hospitalizations kept Door and Kewaunee counties as two of the 52 counties in the low community level. By comparison, two counties are at the high level and 18 are at the medium level.
As of July 1st, the seven-day average for new COVID-19 cases was 1,377, 87 less than what it was the week before at the same time.
Door County COVID-19 Case Counts - July 5, 2022
Updated weekly on Monday when data available from the state. Case counts do NOT include any at home testing results.
Total Tests: 30,407 (+136)
Positive: 7,104 (+66)
Negative: 22,902 (+70)
*Data regarding deaths may be delayed due to processing of medical reports at the state level. To see the timeline of when deaths occurred in Door County, follow the link below and use the filter to select Door.