Two staffers at the New York City’s Board of Elections, have died of the infection and fifteen have tested positive, reports NPR member station WNYC.
New York’s April primary was postponed until June, but the elections office continues to have work to do.
“We at the Board have a legal mandate to conduct our jobs. The continuity of government depends in part on some of the work that we’re doing,” election director Michael Ryan told WNYC.
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