VILNIUS – Lithuania's Ignalina nuclear power plant, shut down since 2010, is temporarily suspending decommissioning work and will send around 1,000 people home because of downtime.
Audrius Kamienas, the head of the nuclear facility, says work will be done at the minimum level for around two weeks as of Monday. During that time, measures will be introduced to reduce contact among staff member, ensure that people keep social distancing and step up hygiene.
"We are suspending our decommissioning activity. It will involve the majority of acti...
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