Please note: The Door County numbers reported include only the positive cases reported to the Public Health at the time of this report. COVID-19 statistics are changing rapidly and are not intended to represent real time statistics.
COVID-19 Confirmed Cases as of 4/16/2020 - 2:00 pm
Currently there is no evidence of community spread in Door County. The positive cases are not concentrated in any one locality, they are scattered throughout the county.
Please continue to adhere to the "Safer at Home" guidelines. We know that COVID-19 is spreading throughout the United States and Wisconsin.
Travel to and from Door County is highly discouraged at the time.
If you choose to return to Door County, Door County Public Health requests that you self-quarantine for a full 14 days.
If you have immediate questions, you may contact Public Health during business hours. Monday-Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm Phone: (920)-746-2234
Please take the “Safer at Home” guidelines seriously. COVID-19 is spreading throughout Wisconsin.
The first case of COVID-19 was reported in Door County on March 30, 2020. According to experts, case counts only reflect a fraction (estimated 10%) of the total positive cases of COVID-19 present across the state. Door County Public Health is actively responding to all cases of COVID 19. You will be contacted if it has been determined that you may have been in close contact with an infected person.
Our best defense against COVID-19 is washing our hands frequently; avoiding touching our eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands; wearing a cloth face covering in public; avoiding being around sick people; and physically distancing by staying at home.
All individuals in the state of Wisconsin are ordered to stay at home or at their place of residence, with limited exceptions. Individuals who are using shared or outdoor space other than their home or residence, must, at all times and to the extent possible, maintain social distancing of at least 6 feet from another person. Individuals do not need to maintain social distancing between family members in a single living unit or with other household members.
All individuals may leave their home or residence for a number of essential activities and functions including health and safety, such as picking up medications, visits with health care providers; obtaining groceries and food, buying gas or pet food, and other activities necessary to maintain the home or residence; outdoor activities, such as walking, biking, hiking or running while maintaining social distancing (does not include contact sports such as basketball); taking care of others, including friends and pets; and the travel associated with such tasks. See Emergency Order #12 for additional information.