By Theodore Shoebat
At least seven people got infected with coronavirus while partaking in Wisconsin’s primary election, as we read in Reuters:
At least seven people contracted the coronavirus during Wisconsin’s primary election on April 7, Milwaukee health officials said on Tuesday, confirming fears that holding in-person voting during the health crisis put people at risk.
The seven cases include six voters and one poll worker in Milwaukee, the state’s largest city, where nearly 200 voting locations were pared back to five and there were hours-long lines to cast ballots, the office of Milwaukee Health Commissioner Jeanette Kowalik confirmed.
The number of election-related infections could grow as the 14-day incubation period ends on Wednesday, health officials said.