ELECTION day tomorrow is likely to be quieter than usual with democracy sausages off the menu and the Electoral Commission reporting nearly half of eligible voters have voted early or made alternative arrangements to vote.
People who will be voting at local polling booths have been asked to practise social distancing and bring their own pen or pencil.
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Chief Health Officer Dr Jeannette Young had reassured Queenslanders that there was no risk going to vote on Saturday.
"We know, due to our fantastic pre-polling arrangements, and with the way Queenslanders have responded, and with the postal vote process, with all of that the number of Queenslanders left to vote by Saturday will be relatively small," she said.
The ECQ said across Queensland more than a million people had already cast their vote in pre-polls, 570,000 had opted for postal votes and by Thursday 30,000 had registered to vote by phone.
Those who choose to vote on election day tomorrow can do so at the following venues:
St Mary's Catholic Primary School, 1 Bromelton Street
Beaudesert State School, 1517 Tina Street (access via Eaglesfield Street)
Tamborine Mountain State High School, 6787 Holt Road
St Bernard State School, 119 School Road
Tamborine Memorial Hall, 2680 WaterfordTamborine Road
Canungra State School, 59 Christie Street
Beechmont State School, 1922 Beechmont Road
Darlington State School, 2744 Kerry Road
Hillview State School, 1623 Christmas Creek Road
Kooralbyn Community Centre, 79 Ogilvie Place
Heritage Room, Boonah Cultural Centre, 3 High Street
Mount Alford State School, 942 Recumpilla Street
Rathdowney State School, 141155 Mt Lindesay Highway
Aratula State School, 41 Elizabeth Street
Harrisville State School, 17 Hall Street
Kalbar State School, 48 George Street
Mutdapilly State School, Cunningham Highway
Peak Crossing State School, 1323 IpswichBoonah Road
Roadvale State School, 111 Roadvale Road
Warrill View State School, 719 Ipswich Street