These voters will be allowed to exercise their duties in special designated tents located at the polling stations.
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Voters with Covid-19 symptoms will be allowed to cast their vote at special designated tents during tomorrow’s Johor state election, Election Commission says.
In a statement issued today, EC said the process will be done under the supervision of health personnel.
“The voters (voting process) will be managed by health attendant for check-ups and further action,” the statement reads.
Meanwhile, voters classified as Person Under Investigation (PUI) and Person Under Surveillance (PUS) has been told to seek permission to cast their vote from their respective District Health Officer.
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“PUI and PUS voters will need to seek permission from the District Health Officer overseeing the Surveillance and Observation Order before going to the polling centre.
“Any authorisation is subject to the infection risk assessment done by the officer and these voters need to comply will all guidelines by the Ministry of Health (MoH).
EC also stated that all voters are also required to wear face masks, get their temperatures checked, sanitise their hands, get their attendance recorded and observe physical distancing.
2,539,606 normal voters are eligible to vote for tomorrow’s Johor state election.