The Washington Post reports:
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp (R), who is in quarantine after he was exposed to the coronavirus, can still cast his ballot in person Tuesday, health officials said.
The state health department issued the new guidance — which applies to everyone who is sick, in isolation or in quarantine — on Sunday after questions surfaced about the governor’s ability to vote when he announced he had “direct exposure” to someone who had tested positive.
The health department’s updated guidance says voters who have been infected or exposed should wear a mask, stay six feet away from others and wash their hands before and after they vote. They should also notify poll workers of their condition when they arrive, the guidance says.