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If you’re sick with COVID-19, you’re still allowed to vote in person, according to the CDC.

People who are currently sick with the coronavirus or are in quarantine can still vote in person, according to guidelines published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 

Voters who are sick are asked to let poll workers know that they are when they arrive at the polling location. The website recommends checking with local authorities for more guidance.

The Monroe County Government Election Central can be reached for questions at 812-349-2690. 

The website reminds voters to come prepared by wearing a mask, bringing hand sanitizer and to not forget any necessary documentation like an ID. People should still try to stay 6 feet apart when possible while voting and waiting in line. 

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