There will be one site in operation in the Karlovy Vary and Ústí nad Labem regions, two sites in Prague and nine sites in the Central Bohemian Region, details published by the Ministry of the Interior on its website.
There will be three soldiers in each place, who will assist the civilian recorder and observe hygiene regulations.
Upon arrival at the station, the voter closes the window of the car, presents it to the citizen, and the soldier asks him to pull off the veil for identification. He shall then hand him the ballot envelope and, where appropriate, the ballot papers, if the person concerned does not bring them. The voter then throws the ticket into the ballot box.
Another option is to have the ballot box brought home, but the voter must request this by telephone at the regional office by Thursday 8 October at 8 pm.
In addition, special constituencies will be created, for example in nursing homes. On Saturday, voices from the drive-in, portable ballot boxes and special districts are mixed and counted.