Outbreak in spite of Germany’s overall low coronavirus incidence raises concerns over prevalence in meat factories
After at least three meat-processing factories in the UK – in Anglesey, Wrexham and Cleckheaton – have seen major coronavirus outbreaks, a plant in Germany has seen a huge outbreak, with more than a thousand workers at the same facility testing positive for the virus, in spite of low overall incidence of the virus in that country:
The news raises concerns about how the relative prevalance of transmission specifically linked to meat processing.
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