Missouri Poll Worker Positive for COVID-19 Still Worked Shift, Died After Election Day
The cause of death for the unidentified election judge supervisor has not been released, according to St. Charles County.
Doha Madani with NBC News reports:
A Missouri elections supervisor who knew they tested positive for the coronavirus and still worked at a polling site Election Day has died.
The unidentified election judge supervisor in St. Charles County tested positive for the virus Oct. 30 and failed to isolate for the recommended two-week period, the county said Thursday. It is unclear what caused the election worker’s death.
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