Voting locations have been moved due to COVID-19 for Tuesday's primary elections in Virginia. In Dickenson County, the Tarpon voting precinct has been moved to the Dickenson County Truck Shop at 321 DC Truck Shop Road in Clintwood. The move was made to encourage social distancing as the county saw its first case of the virus last week. In Bristol, all of the regular precincts will be open, but a couple of precint's polling rooms will be altered. The precinct for City Hall will move from the council chambers room to the main lobby area and for the Van Pelt precinct it will move from the gym to the main entrance. Voters are required to wear a mask or face covering, if a voter does not have either they will be given one while supplies last. If you are sick or have a fever, please vote curbside from your car. The polls for the Republican Primary will be open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. A photo ID is required and voters are encouraged to call ahead to verify voter registration status. If you received a mail-in absentee ballot, it must arrive at the registrar's office by 7 p.m. Tuesday night.