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Meat plants still coronavirus hotspots after Tyson reveals quarter of NC plant tested positive
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Meat plants are still coronavirus hotspots, even as state lockdown restrictions ease and overall national case numbers begin to fall.
Tyson Foods Inc revealed on Wednesday that a quarter of its Wilkesboro, North Carolina, poultry facility tested positive for COVID-19 after facility-wide testing from May 6-9, according to a press release.
Out of 2,244 workers at the facility, 570 have tested positive for the virus — the majority of whom were asymptomatic, according to the company.