“Considering all the risks you take on a day-to-day basis, voting at your polling place is going to be low risk”

That’s a quote from Dr. Annabelle de St. Maurice, MPH, an assistant professor of pediatrics in the division of infectious diseases who leads the Pediatric Infection Control and is the co-chief infection prevention officer for UCLA Health. That’s from this Healthline story, titled “How to Vote Safely in Person This November,” which includes interviews with several public-health experts. Hopefully this will help get the word out more broadly that in-person voting — which includes early in-person voting — will be safe for most people.

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