The election day is only a few days away.
The Singapore Election Ministry (ELD) has created a website that informs voters where their voting booths are and when they can vote.
Once you have registered on the website, you can simply enter your NRIC number and you will receive information about your electoral department, your polling station and the recommended two-hour voting period.
Screenshot from the website
On July 10, voters can also register on the website to check the queue at their polling station.
Vote in your recommended time slot
The polling stations are open on July 10 from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Unlike previous elections, each voter is now assigned a two-hour window asking them to go to their polling station.
This is indicated on the voting card and is intended to spread voters over the voting hours due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Older voters aged 65 and over are given two-hour time slots from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. and can be accompanied by a household member.
Older voters who cannot vote in the morning during their assigned time slots can join priority queues at different times of the day.
Selected image source: ELD