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Door and Kewaunee counties back at medium COVID level

After a week at the low level, Door and Kewaunee counties returned to the medium COVID-19 community level as a part of the Centers for Disease Control’s update on Thursday.


It means people with a higher risk of severe disease should discuss with their doctor additional precautions to take to protect themselves from the virus. According to the latest situation update provided by Door County Public Health, 25 of the 82 tests came back positive for COVID-19, with another five listed as probable. No new deaths or hospitalizations were noted in that report. Door County Public Health did host the second of its five drive-thru clinics for those looking to get the bivalent COVID-19 booster and the flu shot in one visit.


You can find the list of other upcoming vaccination clinics, which will take place on most Tuesdays and Thursdays through November 10th, by clicking this link.


Picture courtesy of Door County Public Health


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