People will still be allowed to visit the grave of Susan B. Anthony, who fought to give women the right to vote.READ MORE: 74th Annual Tony Awards: List Of Winners
This year, the entrance and exit will be separated to keep visitors apart and social distancing rules will apply.READ MORE: Thousands Of Runners Participate In New Balance Bronx 10 Mile Race
Visitors can still leave “I Voted” stickers, but there will be a transparent cover over the headstone to prevent any damage.
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