COVID-19 positive patients and persons in quarantine will be allowed to vote, according to the gazetted Disaster Risk Management Order governing voting for the 2020 General Elections.
It says persons who are required to remain in quarantine, other than persons in isolation may leave quarantine once during the hours of 7 am and 5 pm on Thursday or today.
They’re allowed to leave quarantine once between the hours of 8 am and 4 pm if they’re eligible to vote today.
Persons in quarantine must immediately return to quarantine after voting.
The Orders say persons who are required to remain in quarantine in isolation from other persons may leave quarantine once to vote between the hours of 4pm and 5pm on Thursday.
Today eligible persons who are required to remain in quarantine in isolation may leave quarantine once to vote between the hours of 3pm and 4pm.
They’re required to notify the Ministry of Health before leaving quarantine by calling 888-663-5683, 876-542-5998 or 876-542-6006.
Persons in isolation are also required to wear a fitted mask covering the nose and mouth, a face shield, gloves and a disposable gown.
The gazetted Order says persons in quarantine or isolation must travel to the polling station in a private vehicle with the windows remaining open and the air conditioner switched off.
The Order says persons must also maintain the maximum practicable social distance from the driver.