Nearly one in five Door County residents have now received the COVID-19 vaccine, according to a Door County Public Health update released Monday.
Wisconsin Department of Health Services data show that at least 5,371 county residents have received the vaccine, or 19.4% of the population.
The department will receive 360 more first doses this week, which is enough to get through everyone on its waiting list. Once those vaccinations are scheduled, the department will begin making new appointments again.
That process is expected to begin Tuesday at 8 am for people 65 and older, frontline health care workers, emergency-services workers, law-enforcement personnel and fire department personnel.
Visit dcphwaitlist.timetap.com to register. If you’re unable to complete the online registration, call Public Health at 920.746.7180 to be added to the waiting list, which will be limited to 700 people at a time. Appointments will not be scheduled each week until the department’s allotment of vaccines has been confirmed.