Sign up for the latest from M.E.N. political editor Jennifer Williams Election Day is fast approaching - but it will look a little different this year amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Voters will be expected to wear face coverings and keep a distance from one another at polling stations, while polling booths will be sanitised throughout the day.
But what happens if you can't vote in person on the day? Rules in England state that anyone who tests positive for coronavirus, or comes into close contact with a positive case, is legally required to self-isolate for at least 10 days.
That means not leaving the house for things like work, shopping and exercise - or to cast your vote in the elections. To ensure people who need to self-isolate canRead more on manchestereveningnews.co.uk