Lethbridge officials confident elections can take place safely during pandemic

Lethbridge officials confident elections can take place safely during pandemic

Voters can expect a number of changes to reduce the risk from COVID-19. For example, the Lethbridge returning office will not be using schools for polling locations. Instead, they have increased the number of facilities and will be moving the polling stations father apart to allow for safe distancing. Voters can expect a number of changes to reduce the risk from COVID-19. For example, the Lethbridge returning office will not be using schools for polling locations. Instead, they have increased the number of facilities and will be moving the polling stations father apart to allow for safe distancing.

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