You saw more good news from the Wisconsin Department of Health Services because, for the second straight week, it saw fewer cases of COVID-19 than it has seen in close to a year. According to the department, the seven-day average of 440 new cases is the lowest it has been since April 6th, 2022. The seven-day average for COVID-19-related deaths also went down to two, the lowest it has been in over a month. Only two of the state’s 72 counties were outside of the low COVID-19 community level: Outagame and Waupaca. Closer to home, Door County Public Health reported 13 out of the 34 tests administered came back positive for COVID-19. The testing figures do not include those who use an in-home test kit. There were no new deaths or additional hospitalizations reported. Centers for Disease Control data shows a similar story for Kewaunee County, which shows just three new positive cases out of 58 administered tests.