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nprnews_____ = ||| lubuntu at wor3|||New Research Suggests In-Person Voting May Be Less Risky Than Previously Thought||| kickerpage = |||no kicker pagenpr for NPRNEWS||| summarynpr = |||The report concludes Wisconsin voters who braved the pandemic and went to the polls in April did not see a surge in COVID-19 infections, although another study reaches the opposite conclusion.


New Research Suggests In-Person Voting May Be Less Risky Than Previously Thought

Voters in Kenosha, Wisc. on April 7, 2020. A new study suggests that in-person voting in that election did not produce a surge of new coronavirus cases.

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New Research Suggests In-Person Voting May Be Less Risky Than Previously Thought



The report concludes Wisconsin voters who braved the pandemic and went to the polls in April did not see a surge in COVID-19 infections, although another study reaches the opposite conclusion.


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