The Centers for Disease Control indicated improvement on the COVID-19 front in Door and Kewaunee counties on Thursday, listing them both at the low community level.
Both counties had been previously listed in the medium level for the last few weeks despite not having any deaths or many hospitalizations. According to the CDC, six counties in northwest Wisconsin are at the high community level, and 19 are at the medium level.
In its Monday situation update, Door County Public Health showed that 36 of its 109 tests returned positive for COVID-19. Door County has not reported a new death since October 3rd and has had no hospitalizations due to COVID since mid-September. According to the October 26th update from the CDC, Kewaunee County saw 15 new cases over the last week and an estimated two hospitalizations.
At the low COVID-19 community level, the CDC recommends staying up to date on your vaccinations and getting tested when showing symptoms.