Singapore GE: What an election during a global pandemic might look like

Political commentators said Singapore is likely to take a page from the playbook of other countries like Israel, Poland, South Korea and the United States, which are having or have just concluded their own election seasons. ST PHOTO: MARK CHEONG
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SINGAPORE - As voters lined up to enter the polling centre, a volunteer in a blue vest directed them to keep at least a metre apart.

Another made sure that each voter washed his or her hands proceeding to the polling booth, and took voters' temperatures using an infrared thermometer.

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