The vote can be done by wearing the PPE kit

Sonbhadra District Judge / Assistant District Election Commissioner Yogendra Bahadur Singh said that if a voter infected with covid-19 wishes to exercise their right to vote, the chairman will end up being asked to exercise their right to vote. You can obtain information on this from the Sector Magistrate. The Sector Magistrate will immediately provide the Chairman with the PSA kit by reaching the polling station in question along with the PSA pest provided. The chairman was informed that by wearing the supplied PPE kit, the chairman would induce the named voter to exercise the right to vote. In addition, every person entering the polling station must wear a mask. Thermal scanners are placed at the entrance to all polling stations. As much as possible, three voting lines for voters at the polling station will be different for men, women and disabled people. For the voters in each line, the seashells are set in advance so that they stand at a distance of two meters. In order to prevent infection, election workers and electoral staff will sit at the polling booths, taking social distancing into account.

Sonbhadra District Judge / Assistant District Election Commissioner Yogendra Bahadur Singh said that if a voter infected with covid-19 wishes to exercise their right to vote, the chairman will end up being asked to exercise their right to vote. You can obtain information on this from the Sector Magistrate. The Sector Magistrate will immediately provide the Chairman with the PSA kit by reaching the polling station in question along with the PSA pest provided. The chairman is informed that the chairman will induce the named voter to exercise the right to vote by wearing the supplied PPE kit. In addition, every person entering the polling station must wear a mask. Thermal scanners are placed at the entrance to all polling stations. As much as possible, three voting lines for voters at the polling station will be different for men, women and disabled people. In each row, the grenades are placed in such a way that the voters can stand at a distance of two meters. In order to prevent infection, election workers and electoral staff will sit at the polling booths, taking social distancing into account.

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