Voting is under way in Singapore's general election, under the cloud of the coronavirus pandemic and its economic fallout.
The small city state is one of a handful of countries to hold a vote during the pandemic so far.
Strict safety measures are in place, with voters wearing gloves and masks and given timed voting slots.
For the election process, this means the 2.65 million voters have to sanitise their hands and wear disposable gloves before receiving their ballot paper and proceeding to vote.
People have been given two-hour slots where they are recommended to vote to avoid crowding.
Mobile polling teams are also taking ballot boxes to citizens who have recently returned from overseas and are in hotel quarantine.
Singapore has been one of the worst hit countries in the Asia-Pacific region, with more than 45,000 cases.
As large scale gatherings and events are deemed a high risk during the pandemic, only a few countries have gone ahead with national elections during the past months.
South Korea voted in April while Serbia went to the polls in late June. In both countries, voters returned the incumbent government to power.