Try to Avoid Peak Times
If possible, Dr. Sanborn recommends avoiding the "prime hours" of first thing in the morning before work and late in the day after work. "Each voting precinct will be different depending on part of the country, population density, and demographics," Dr. Sanborn told POPSUGAR. "As far as infection risk goes, you don't want to be at the polling place when everyone else is."
Plan ahead by asking around about which times are typically the busiest at your polling location. If you can, go during "off" hours when there are fewer people and shorter lines.