Wisconsin health officials are tracking cases of the CCP that may have been contracted during Tuesdays primary election.
Gov. Tony Evers and other Democrats pushed to delay the election but the state Supreme Court blocked the bid, resulting in it taking place as planned.
The Wisconsin Department of Health Services said Friday it added more than 120 workers who will help local health officials interview every person with a confirmed cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus, commonly known as the novel coronavirus or Wuhan virus.
Workers will notify anyone who was in contact with confirmed patients.
“Contact tracing is a critical tool in our ability to effectively manage COVID-19 now and moving forward,” said state Department of Health Services Secretary-designee Andrea Palm said in a statement.
“We will continue this important work to ensure that every case is followed up on, contacted, and anyone who may have been exposed notified. We hope the extraordinary efforts taken by local clerks, public health, voters, and poll workers helped minimize any transmission but we stand prepared to respond if that isnt the case.”
Evers said in a radio address after the vote that all poll workers, reporters, and voters should monitor themselves for symptoms and call their doctor or a health clinic if they experience symptoms.
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