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    by: Nouran Salahieh and Lauren Lyster and Nexstar Media Wire

    (KTLA) — Three food suppliers in California were ordered to close due to “significant” coronavirus outbreaks among their employees, officials said Monday.

    S & S Foods in Azusa had a total of 58 employees test positive for the virus, Mission Foods Corp. in Commerce had 40 who tested positive, and Golden State Foods Corp. in the City of Industry had 43 employees with the virus.

    Golden State Foods Corp. is one of the largest and longest-serving suppliers to McDonald’s, and Mission Foods is one of the most popular tortilla makers in the U.S.

    “They have significant outbreaks amongst their employees, [and] we were not notified, as we’re required to be notified, once they had their three cases,” Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer said during a Monday news conference. “Our inspector asked them to make some modifications to really enhance their infection control protocols at all three sites.”

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    William Hicks
    William Hicks
    1 year ago

    Then the question(s) needs to be asked:

    1. What test was taken?

    2. How accurate is the test?

    William Hicks
    William Hicks
    1 year ago

    NOW, if they can determine that these employees had COVIF-19, why can’t that test determine if Church Members have it?

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