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This is what an election during a pandemic looks like. This is South Korea, the parliamentary elections and as you are coming into the polling station you have your temperature taken. You are told you cannot stand less than one meter apart to try and keep some distance. As you come up here, you are given hand sanitizer.

大流行期间的选举。这是韩国议会选举,当进入投票站时,要量体温。不能站在相距不到一米的地方,要保持一定的距离。当你走上前的时候,会给你洗手液。

Everybody has to sanitize their hands and then just before you enter into the polling station itself, you're given disposable gloves to put on and only then you are allowed inside to vote. Now when it comes to masks, this is South Korea. Everybody is automatically wearing a mask and has been for weeks anyway.

每个人都要洗手。在进入投票站之前,要戴上一次性手套,然后才能进去投票。说到口罩,韩国每个人都会自动戴上口罩,而且已经戴了好几个星期了。

Now this is what we are looking at, at this point, this is being replicated around the country. There's more than 14.000 polling stations. They will be disinfected throughout the day that we are told and this is really being seen as a referendum of President Moon Jae-in and his ruling party's dealing with the coronavirus crisis.

现在这就是我们现在看到的,这正在全国范围内被复制。有超过14000个投票站。他们将在当天进行消毒,这是总统文在寅及其执政党应对冠状病毒危机的全民公投。

Now his approval rating has increased in recent weeks as has his party's and there's certainly been some overseas praise for the way that they have dealt with this crisis. But it's interesting because it's - - it's almost the voting itself. The fact the election is taking place that is more important from an international point of view than who wins.

他的支持率在最近几周有所上升,所在政党的支持率也有所上升,当然海外对他们处理危机的方式也有一些赞扬。但有趣的是,这仅仅是投票。从国际角度看,选举正在进行的事实比谁胜谁负更重要。

The fact that they are able to do this and there will be countries around the world looking at this to see if they are able to replicate the same.

事实上,他们能够做到这一点,世界上将会有很多国家都在关注,看是否能够复制同样的措施。

Now there was some concern that turnout might be low. Maybe people would be too worried about coming to a polling station where other people were.

现在有人担心投票率可能会很低。人们担心来到投票站,而其他人却在那里投票。

That is clearly not been the case. Friday and Saturday of last week was when early voting took place and it was a record turnout over 26 percent of the electorate voted early. And the final turnout vote we have seen is the highest in well over 20 years. Paula Hancocks, CNN, Seoul.

但事实显然并非如此。上周的周五和周六是提前投票的日子,创下了26%的选民提前投票的记录。我们看到的最终投票率是20多年来最高的。CNN新闻,宝拉·汉考克斯首尔报道。

This is what an election during a pandemic looks like. This is South Korea, the parliamentary elections and as you are coming into the polling station you have your temperature taken. You are told you cannot stand less than one meter apart to try and keep some distance. As you come up here, you are given hand sanitizer.

Everybody has to sanitize their hands and then just before you enter into the polling station itself, you're given disposable gloves to put on and only then you are allowed inside to vote. Now when it comes to masks, this is South Korea. Everybody is automatically wearing a mask and has been for weeks anyway.

Now this is what we are looking at, at this point, this is being replicated around the country. There's more than 14.000 polling stations. They will be disinfected throughout the day that we are told and this is really being seen as a referendum of President Moon Jae-in and his ruling party's dealing with the coronavirus crisis.

Now his approval rating has increased in recent weeks as has his party's and there's certainly been some overseas praise for the way that they have dealt with this crisis. But it's interesting because it's - - it's almost the voting itself. The fact the election is taking place that is more important from an international point of view than who wins.

The fact that they are able to do this and there will be countries around the world looking at this to see if they are able to replicate the same.

Now there was some concern that turnout might be low. Maybe people would be too worried about coming to a polling station where other people were.

That is clearly not been the case. Friday and Saturday of last week was when early voting took place and it was a record turnout over 26 percent of the electorate voted early. And the final turnout vote we have seen is the highest in well over 20 years. Paula Hancocks, CNN, Seoul.

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