Door County COVID-19 Situation Update
DOOR COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH COVID-19 SITUATION UPDATE
Effective June 14, 2021 the COVID-19 page will be updated weekly on Thursday
COVID-19 Vaccine Updates - Door County
Door County is working diligently with our community partners to provide vaccine safely and effectively to our community.
Door County Public Health offers COVID-19 Vaccinations to Anyone Age 12 and Older With or Without an Appointment
Parents and guardians can learn more by visiting: COVID-19: Resources for Parents and Guardians page
Walk-ins welcome! Appointments are encouraged - but not required at any of our vaccine clinics in
ADRC 916 N. 14th Ave
Last date for this location is Wednesday, June 30, 2021
2258 Mill Road
Every three weeks beginning June 10, 2021
Tentative last date for this location is Wednesday, July 1, 2021
NEW! Sturgeon Bay Location beginning Wednesdays in July
July 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th 3:30pm to 5:30pm
Door County Public Health Office
Door County Government Center - Ground Floor
421 Nebraska St.
Door County Public Health can also make a home visit to provide vaccine for individuals who are homebound. Arrangements can be made by calling 920-746-7180.
If you prefer to schedule an appointment visit bookdcph.timetap.com or call 920-746-7180
Thank you from Door County Public Health
As we are all taking a deep breath and enjoying getting back to some of our ‘normal’ activities, please take a few minutes to view this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C1Aqmo24qjs
We would like to acknowledge in this small way everyone in our community who helped with many efforts during the past 16 months. The video is only a sampling, and please know there are many others who had big roles in helping not pictured here. We are so appreciative of the collaboration, and so proud to be part of this community!
DOOR COUNTY UPDATES
- Press Release - June 8, 2021 - Covid-19 Vaccine Clinics
- Press Release - May 21, 2021 - Vaccine Scheduling
- Press Release - May 17, 2021 - Advisory Regarding Face Coverings
- Press Release - May, 13 2021
- Press Release - April 30, 2021
- Press Release - April 19, 2021
- Press Release - April 13, 2021 - Johnson and Johnson Use Paused
- UPDATED! COVID-19 Vaccine Frequently Asked Questions
- Unsure which vaccine to receive? Read our FAQ Vaccine Comparison about Pfizer and Johnson and Johnson.
- COVID-19 Variant Questions and Answers
- DHS Announces Weekly Newsletter to Keep Public Informed of COVID-19 Response and Vaccine Progress | Wisconsin Department of Health Services
- April 1, 2021 - Emergency Health Advisory Regarding Face Covering
- COVID Vaccine Guidance for Wisconsin Employers
|Tests Performed: 18,279 (+43)|
Negative: 15,428 (+43)
Active: 9 (-3)
Total Ever Hospitalized: 97
Understanding the Reported Data
Emerging research shows that getting your COVID-19 vaccine means you can start returning back to your normal life. For updated guidance and to learns ways you can continue protecting yourself and your loved one post-vaccination, visit our COVID-19: After You Are Fully Vaccinated page.
Do you have COVID-19 symptoms? Have you been exposed? Get tested.
People with COVID-19 can experience a range of symptoms. Most people have mild symptoms and are able to recover at home. Some may have severe symptoms that lead to hospitalization or death. If you feel sick, isolate yourself from others and get tested. Door County Covid-19 Testing Sites
You may have COVID-19 if you have any of these symptoms:
Not everyone with COVID-19 has these symptoms. For many, symptoms are mild, with no fever. Some people may also experience fatigue or gastrointestinal symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, or abdominal pain. You can still spread the virus to others even if you have mild or no symptoms.
DHS Website: COVID-19: Symptoms of Illness
Quarantine modifications are not acceptable for long-term care facilities.
Click on link for full Planner
This data is updated by DHS weekly on Wednesday
As of 6-23-21 Door County is listed at a MEDIUM activity level of COVID-19 Infections
COVID-19 Vaccine Progress for Wisconsin Residents
According to DHS, as of June 23, 2021 65.2% or 18,048 individuals have received at least one dose of vaccine.
Northeast Wisconsin Hospital Capacity 6-23-21
Wisconsin Positivity Rate 6-23-21
Door County Financial Assistance Resources
211 Wisconsin - Get information and referrals for thousands of services across Wisconsin. Anyone can call 2-1-1 at any time, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, to talk with someone. Assistance finding help with housing, utilities, food, employment, addiction recovery options, and more is available in over 180 languages. 2-1-1 is also now offering assistance with online registration for COVID-19 vaccine for local and state providers.
- Call 2-1-1 or 1-877-947-2211
- Text your ZIP code to 898211
- Live chat or search their website:
Well Badger - Talk with a certified information and referral specialist, Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. They will help you find the right resources to meet your needs, identify programs you’re likely to be eligible for, and make a plan, since getting support can take many steps. Interpreter services are available, whenever needed, and follow-up is provided, if wanted.
- Call 1-800-642-7837
- Text 608-360-9328
- Email email@example.com
- Live chat or search their website: https://www.wellbadger.org/
Applying for State Benefits - The State of Wisconsin has programs to help low-income households with:
- Food—through FoodShare (also known as SNAP or food stamps).
- Health care—through BadgerCare Plus and Wisconsin Medicaid.
- Child care expenses—through Wisconsin Shares.
- Income and job readiness—through W-2 (also known as Wisconsin Works).
Anyone can use https://access.wisconsin.gov/ at any time to see if you might be eligible for any of these programs or to apply for assistance. You can also apply by contacting your local agency.
Visit https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/forwardhealth/imagency/index.htm for contact information.
Door County is part of the Baylake Consortium.
The ACCESS website also lets you know if you might be eligible for other types of assistance, but you have to apply for these separately.
- Help with buying prescription drugs
- Home energy assistance
- Earned income, child, and Homestead tax credits
- Low cost life insurance