MILWAUKEE — Organizers say three workers hired to help set up the Democratic National Convention in Milwaukee have tested positive for COVID-19.
Daily screening for people working at the convention site, the Wisconsin Center, began last week in preparation for the Aug. 17-20 convention.
Organizers wanted to identify positive cases before the workers entered the venue and were around others.
The center district said in a statement that staff at the Wisconsin Center “followed the guidelines set forth by our client regarding daily health screens.”
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