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No Wisconsin counties in high COVID community level

The good news from the Centers for Disease Control continued for a third straight week on Thursday as they kept Door and Kewaunee counties at the low COVID-19 community level. In fact, no Wisconsin counties are in the high community level for the first time in months, and only 13 are in the medium level. According to CDC data, Door County saw only 29 positive cases from November 10th to November 16th. Kewaunee County saw 17 positive cases during that same time. The data does not include those who tested positive with an at-home test. The CDC estimates there were two hospitalizations in Door County and one in Kewaunee County. The Wisconsin Department of Health Services said on Thursday that the seven-day average of 717 new cases of COVID-19 is the lowest it has been since April. The department also announced it was expanding its at-home rapid COVID-19 test program ahead of the holidays. You can click this link to order additional free tests.

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