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Voters who need to isolate on Thursday and can’t attend their polling place can still apply for an emergency proxy vote.

Anyone who has tested positive for coronavirus or has been asked to isolate as a member of their household or close contact has tested positive has until 5pm on Thursday, May 6 – polling day– to arrange an emergency proxy.

To apply for an emergency proxy, contact the Electoral Registration Office on 0800 030 4333 or email [email protected]

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Anyone who a long-term proxy can apply to change the person who is appointed as their proxy if that person is unable to attend the polling station as a result of coronavirus.

You can also apply for an emergency proxy vote if you have a medical emergency or if you learn that you cannot go to the polling station for work reasons.

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