As of Wednesday afternoon, a new total of two Door County residents have now tested positive for COVID-19. Both of these individuals had traveled outside of Door County. One remained within the state while the other had traveled outside of the state, and they both have been in isolation since their testing. In following privacy laws, no additional information about these two cases can or will be shared with the public. So far in Door County there have been 108 COVID-19 tests performed. Two have turned up positive, 49 came up negative, and 57 remain pending. Remember that identifying these positive cases in door county is not unexpected, and it is expected that more cases will be identified. These positive cases should serve to remind us all about the importance of following C.D.C. Guidelines on social distancing and good frequent hand washing to limit any further spread of the virus. If you have left Door County and choose to return, Door County Public Health strongly requests that you quarantine for a full 14 days. If you think you have been exposed to COVID-19 and are showing symptoms of a fever and cough, please call the local COVID-19 hotline at 920-746-3700 between 8:00 am and 4:30 pm. For other times, you can call Prevea after hours at 1-877-746-0003.