VILNIUS – Lithuanians are on Sunday voting in parliamentary elections despite the coronavirus pandemic, which has led to a number of precautions taken to contain the spread of the virus.
In particular, all voters are required to wear face masks and the majority of them fill in their ballot papers with their own pens. Organizers regulate the flows of voters and warn about longer than usual queues that may line up outside certain polling stations due to the social distancing requirement.
First voters at the Misko polling station in the center of Kau...
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