As the Nov. 3 presidential election nears, so too do the concerns surrounding safe voting during a pandemic. The long lines and crowds that usually frequent voting centers will be more than just that — they will be health hazards, especially for those vulnerable to coronavirus infection.

But experts across the country agree that voting in person can be safe, as long as proper precautions are taken to mitigate viral spread. Many liken the risks to those of grocery shopping.

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