DC Public Health Update & Sister Bay Vaccine Clinic

Door County hHealth and Human Services Director Joseph Krebsbach has informed us that currently 57% of Door County residents have now gotten at least their first dose of covid vaccine. At both the Door County Medical Center and the Public Health vaccination clinics they have noticed a recent decrease in demand for the vaccine, and they are adjusting their requests for vaccine from the state … Continue reading

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DC Public Health Vaccine Update

As reported earlier, the Wisconsin DHS has just announced the latest eligibility group for COVID-19 vaccination, those with underlying medical conditions. Door County Public Health has then informed us that, unfortunately, being eligible does not necessarily mean there will be vaccine available for this new group. Due to limited vaccine supply, they need to continue to prioritize those in previously eligible groups. Also, due to … Continue reading

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DC Public Health Vaccine Update

We’ve received a recent update from Door County Public Health on our county COVID vaccination efforts. Our vaccination rate is still slightly ahead of the state average. According to the Wisconsin DHS, Door County has provided the first doses to approximately 25.7% of our population and 61.6% of those 65 or older. Wisconsin is currently providing vaccine for K-12 education staff and childcare staff in … Continue reading

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DC Public Health Vaccine Update, Priority Groups

Door County Public Health has informed us Door County residents are getting vaccinated slightly ahead of the state average. 21.9% of our population have received their first dose, while for those over age 65 that percentage is 53. This Monday, education and childcare staff were added to the eligibility list, among others. Among those currently eligible, public health will continue giving priority to those 65 … Continue reading

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DC Public Health Waitlist Again Open for New Appointments

According to Wisconsin DHS, 5,371 Door County residents have now received at least their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. That is approximately 19.4% of our population, and that’s one of the higher county percentages in the state. A consistent and abundant vaccine supply continues to be an issue for Door County and other counties across the state. Each week, public health continues to receive … Continue reading

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DC Public Health Vaccine Update Feb. 16

Door County Public Health has given us an update on the current rollout of COVID-19 vaccines. Currently, Door County is 8th of 72 counties in the total percentage of eligible individuals receiving the vaccine. This number will likely fluctuate with the ever changing distribution of the vaccine to each county. They have received confirmation that this week public health will receive 150 first doses along … Continue reading

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DC Public Health Vaccine Update

We have a recent update from Door County Public Health about their vaccination drive-through clinics. As reported last week, all previously scheduled 1st-dose appointments had been canceled. If you were scheduled for one of those appointments, you have been added to their waitlist based on the date and time of your appointment. They have received confirmation that this week they will be receiving 200 first … Continue reading

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DC Public Health Vaccine Update for this Week

Door County Public Health have recently informed us of their current status with the COVID-19 vaccinations. They say that they have received notice from the state that they will only receive about 30% of their requested vaccine allotment for this week’s scheduled vaccine clinics on Thursday and Friday. They remind everyone that they are dependent on the state’s ability to receive and distribute vaccines to … Continue reading

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DC Public Health Hosts Flu Shot Clinic

Door County Public Health is hosting another drive-through flu shot clinic on Thursday December 10th. That will run from 12:00 noon to 4:00 PM at the Sturgeon Bay Fire Station at 421 Michigan Street. These shots will be free for children aged 6 months to 18 years old, regardless of insurance. They will also be free for adults who don’t have insurance or who’s insurance … Continue reading

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Public Health Virtual Meeting for Businesses Dec. 1st

Door County Public Health is inviting all Door County businesses to take part in a free virtual information session for workplaces Tuesday Dec. 1st from 3:30 to 4:30 pm. They will discuss how to prevent the spread of COVID-19 within businesses, share general information on cleaning, review local resources for testing, as well as review isolation and quarantine guidance. While they will be presenting information, … Continue reading

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