Coconino County voters, who may have health concerns or worry about the coronavirus, can participate in emergency early voting on Monday. County elections officials say voters will have to sign a form stating they have an emergency and need to vote on Monday, but do not need to disclose the specifics of the emergency. Voters with non-health related emergencies, can also vote on Monday. Locations of Monday’s emergency voting are the County Elections Office at 110 East Cherry Avenue in Flagstaff, at the Tuba City Elections Office on Main Street In Tuba City, Page City Hall in Page, Sedona City Hall in Sedona and the Williams City Hall in Williams. The elections office will also be providing drive up ballot drop off service on Tuesday from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. in the parking lot of the downtown Flagstaff office for those who don’t want to get out of their vehicle. For more information, log onto the Coconino County Elections website.