Voters have the right to vote even if they are sick or under quarantine for COVID-19, says the CDC. The agency indicated that all persons who are sick or under quarantine should inform poll workers of their condition on arrival at the polling location. … “CDC’s recommendations for isolating someone who has COVID-19 or quarantining someone who was in close contact with a person with COVID-19 would not preclude them from exercising their right to vote," said CDC spokesman Jason McDonald in a statement to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.