Wednesday, January 20th, 2021 - State of Wisconsin releases further guidance on phase 1B of the COVID-19 Vaccination.
* * If you need assistance in the scheduling process, you may also call Door County Public Health at 920-746-7180 during regular business hours (Monday through Friday 8:00 am- 4:30pm).**
Friday, January 15th, 2021 Door County Public Health publishes COVID-19 Vaccine FAQ.
Thursday, January 14th, 2021 - DHS announces weekly Newsletter to keep public informed of COVID-19 Response and Vaccine Progress.
The Village of Ephraim has declared a Health Emergency regarding the spread of COVID-19. Village officials are working diligently to assist in preventing the spread of Coronavirus. We ask that the public practice “social distancing” in an effort to prevent the spread.
All Village committee meetings are being held remotely via telemeetings. All Village Board meetings are being held in person under social distancing and masking recommendation while also being simultaneously held remotely via telemeetings. Staff will be severely limiting in person contact and will be insisting on phone or digital means of communication as much as possible. All meeting information can be found here: Meeting Information
All village buildings when open to the public will require the wearing of masks.
The Door County Fire Chiefs Association has joined forces with other local entities to create the Door County Emergency Support Coalition in order to provide information and assistance to the residents and guests of Door County through the duration of the hardships surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak.
That coalition’s assistance includes delivering and shopping for food and supplies, helping to perform welfare checks for family or neighbors, and connecting people with child-care support. The coalition is also seeking volunteers with health-care backgrounds to potentially assist with interpreting coronavirus guidelines.
For non-emergent assistance call:
920-421-9111 or 920-421-4422
In Case of Emergency Call: 911
The Badger Bounce Back is Wisconsin’s plan to decrease COVID-19 cases and deaths to a low level and increase capacity in our health care system so that a phased reopening of businesses is possible. And that means people can get back to work.