After the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention last week announced that fully vaccinated people no longer need wear masks in most settings, Door County Public Health officer Susan Powers said Tuesday she is confident in the agency’s decision-making and cautiously optimistic about the summer tourism season when it comes to Covid-19.
Door County has been among the leaders in vaccination speed among all Wisconsin counties, with almost half its population now fully vaccinated. It also has seen a relatively high number of Covid-19 cases in recent weeks.
In this episode of Going Deeper, we discuss updates on COVID-19 spread in Door County, the status of vaccine distribution and how the first mRNA vaccine actually works.
In the first episode of Going Deeper—a news podcast from Knock—we discuss what Dr. James Heise, the Door County Medical Center’s chief medical officer, has cited as his main concerns […]
The Gibraltar School District’s board of education on Monday affirmed a plan to allow elementary students back for in-person instruction on Dec. 7, rejecting a proposal to delay that return until after the new year.
The Door County government on Friday issued a new public health advisory regarding COVID-19 preventative measures and called attention to existing enforcement options, after local and state hospital leaders this week indicated health care systems are at a crisis point.