COVID-19 Testing Site Opens June 2 in Door County

Door County and Kewaunee County have partnered with the Wisconsin National Guard to offer free COVID-19 testing for the community.
The testing site in Door County will be open June 2 through June 4 from 11 am – 7 pm each day at the Door County Sheriff’s Office, 1201 S. Duluth Ave. Sturgeon Bay.
No registration is needed, but everyone is asked to report on the following pre-assigned days:
•June 2, 2020: Testing for healthcare workers, public safety workers & select pre assigned businesses ONLY;
•June 3, 2020: Testing for general public (age 5 and up); and
•June 4, 2020: Testing for general public (age 5 and up).
For the general public getting tested they must be experiencing at least a mild case of one of the following COVID-19 symptoms and be at least 5 years of age or older: cough, fatigue, sudden loss of taste or smell, shortness of breath, sore throat, congestion, runny nose, fever, muscle pain, nausea, vomiting, chills, headache or diarrhea.
This is a drive-thru testing site and anyone getting tested must stay in their vehicle. A nasal swab will be used to collect a sample by a uniformed member of the Wisconsin National Guard. Translation services will be available for those who do not speak English. Testing will be done
on a first-come, first-served basis and will not be operating outside of the scheduled times. Dan Kane, Door County Emergency Management director, said the site could test up to 400 people daily, allowing them to do “mass amounts of testing very quickly and capture a large portion of the population very rapidly.”