Singaporeans headed to the polls to cast their votes on Friday in the city state's general election, with safety measures in place as the country continues to battle the coronavirus outbreak.
Voters were seen at one of the polling stations located at a primary school, where voters were wearing masks and gloves, and went through temperature checks before casting their ballots.
The police and social distancing ambassadors were seen patrolling the area to ensure that voters complied with the COVID-19 precautions.
One voter could be seen being stopped by the police for not wearing a face mask.
According to reports, Singapore's ruling party, the People's Action Party (PAP) is expected to remain in power, which it has held since the city state became independent.