There’s no evidence that Wisconsin voters became sick or died from coronavirus because of the April election.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that only 14 people who voted in-person in Milwaukee in April tested positive for COVID-19.
Wisconsin Examiner reported that the finding are in the July 31 edition of the CDC’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, and was compiled by a team that included Milwaukee Health Department staff and CDC investigators.
— Wisconsin Examiner (@WIExaminer) August 3, 2020
DHS health secretary designee Andrea Palm said in April that people would get sick and they would die if in-person voting was held.