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South Florida Polling Locations Have Changed Amid COVID-19 Worry. Here's Where To Check

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Teresa Frontado
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WLRN
Polling locations have changed across South Florida.

The Florida primary polls are open, but dozens have changed locations amid concerns over the COVID-19 coronavirus.

Election officials say 16 locations had moved in Broward County in the last few days. In Miami-Dade, 35 had moved. Nineteen last-minute changes were made in Palm Beach County and two moved in Monroe County.

Each supervisor of election has posted changes which can be found in Miami-Dade County at www.miamidade.gov/global/elections; in Broward County at www.browardsoe.org; in Palm Beach County at www.pbcelections.org; and in Monroe County at www.keys-elections.org.

Officials say each location will be equipped with hand sanitizer and wipes.