Alien Metals Ltd (LON:UFO) said it is continuing discussions with a number of potential joint venture parties with regard to its portfolio of projects in Mexico and Australia during the coronavirus (COVID-219) pandemic.
In a statement, the company said it is continuing to prioritise the health and safety of its employees, and no individuals either within or associated with the company are currently suffering from coronavirus.
Meanwhile, it added, work continues across the company’s operations.
This includes the ongoing induced polarisation survey at Donovan 2 in Mexico, as well as technical reviews of the Elizabeth Hill silver project in Western Australia, and final planning for the underground sampling program at the San Celso silver project in Mexico.
“Alien Metals has recently undertaken an IP survey at the Donavon 2 copper-gold project in Mexico, with results expected in coming weeks. Subsequent workstreams will be reviewed and prioritised based on the latest information and advice,” said Alien Metals’ technical director Bill Brodie Good.