O'FALLON, Mo. (AP) — Twenty-eight employees of the election board in one of Missouri’s largest counties are sick with the coronavirus. A director believes they most likely got infected from voters, though local health officials aren't convinced. The Jackson County Election Board’s Republican director, Tammy Brown, said Tuesday that eight full-time and 20 part-time employees have tested positive for the coronavirus. Most are doing well and recovering at home, but two part-time workers are hospitalized, including one in intensive care. Brown says thousands of voters came into the offices to pick up absentee and mail-in ballots, vote, and to drop off ballots. The employees also worked a drive-thru line for voters with the coronavirus and people in quarantine.