COVID-19 and a Clean Voting Environment
ES&S shares its concern and empathy regarding the health and safety of all, including U.S. registered voters and poll workers.
To be as helpful as possible in this unprecedented situation, ES&S is reminding election officials of instructions for cleaning voting equipment, as well as providing voters and poll workers a link to government recommendations for staying safe while voting.
Follow best practices throughout Election Day to help maintain a clean voting environment and keep equipment operating at maximum efficiency.
- Click here for ES&S best practices for cleaning voting equipment.
- Click here for information about voting with reduced human touch using the ExpressVote.
- Click here for information about voting with reduced human touch using the ExpressVote XL.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends the best way to protect your health while visiting any polling place is to use hand sanitizer and wash your hands as soon as possible. Frequent and thorough hand washing remains the most effective protection against Coronavirus infection, according to the CDC.
Voters should use antibacterial hand sanitizer before and after their voting session and wash hands after voting, regardless of what method of voting is used.
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