With the announcement of three Ohioans that have been confirmed to be infected with COVID-19 coronavirus, concerns are mounting from several fronts, including among registered voters in the state looking forward to the March 17th state primary.
Secretary of State Frank LaRose updating the public Tuesday on the latest precautions his office and the state board of elections offices are taking ahead of next week's Ohio Primary.
In addition to extra santization and disinfecting of polling places and ballot machines across the state, LaRose says they are moving some of their polling locations from nursing homes to other spots. This is an effort to better protect some of Ohio's most vulnerable population.
Hear Secretary of State Frank LaRose's update from Tuesday below:
For all of the latest election day related coronavirus updates, visit the Secretary of State's special COVID-19 page here.