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Nuclear power in the age of the pandemic

Nuclear Power Safety and the COVID-19 Pandemic It is largely up to the plant owners themselves to implement protective measures against COVID-19 to ensure they have a functioning workforce. Reports about potential coronavirus cases among the workforce at Plant Vogtle in Georgia and of a lack of enforcement of social distancing protocols there raise concerns about the adequacy of the industry’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. By Ed Lyman, Union of Concerned Scientists, March 26, 2020



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