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Lithuanians with coronavirus vote in drive-in polling stations

Some taxpayers cast ballots in their automobiles in particular drive-in polling stations amid a spike in COVID-19 infections.

Voters were instructed to arrive in their vehicles, wear face masks, and then drop their votes to ballot boxes in four of these drive-in channels throughout the nation.

Just those in isolation and a formal record will vote in this fresh manner until Thursday.

All other registered voters may cast their ballots in the runoff at frequent polling stations on October 25.

The resistance conservative Homeland Union celebration claimed success in the first round of this election before this month, although the Farmers and Greens Union, which forms the backbone of the present governing coalition, came in second.

Critics think Homeland Union is going to be prosperous from the runoff and will develop a fresh center-right coalition from the 141-seat meeting.

Thus far, Lithuania has listed 7,726 coronavirus instances and 113 deaths.

Before this season, Czech citizens throw their ballots in their automobiles, a step forced from the coronavirus pandemic.