People Infected With COVID-19 Are Allowed to Vote at Polls Says CDC
If you've tested positive for COVID-19 in the past few days, can you still go to the polls and vote? The CDC says "Yes".
The CDC says "anyone isolating with the virus or in quarantine because they may have been exposed to it can still exercise their right to vote safely" according to KSLA.com.
If you are in fact positive for COVID-19, you are asked to let poll workers know when you arrive. Local poll workers should be equipped with the proper PPE to help anyone with COVID-19 vote safely.
From KSLA.com -
"The CDC also recommends alternative voting options for those who are sick, including a designated polling site or curbside voting.
Everyone at the polling location should be following safety guidelines. That includes wearing a face covering, standing six feet apart, and bringing hand sanitizer and pen."