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67 employees at Nestlé in Solon test positive for COVID-19

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Roughly 1,000 staff have been examined after the Thanksgiving vacation.

SOLON, Ohio — Sixty-seven staff on the Nestlé campus in Solon have examined optimistic for COVID-19 over the past two weeks, the corporate confirmed to 3News Investigates’ Rachel Polansky.

Officers say roughly 1,000 staff have been examined in whole, with lower than 7% of them having the coronavirus. Nestlé famous that is a lot decrease than the present group positivity charge of greater than 15% (though it is nonetheless considerably excessive for a single location), and that it often exams staff in an try to account for potential asymptomatic circumstances.

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On this occasion, the corporate determined to carry out mass testing after Thanksgiving, which well being consultants feared would carry elevated group unfold of the virus. In gentle of the latest outcomes, the power is constant with its protocols designed to restrict unfold, however for the second work operations are nonetheless ongoing.

Nestlé launched the next assertion:

“At Nestlé, our high concern continues to be the well being, security and safety of our individuals. This whereas working to make sure meals is obtainable on retailer cabinets throughout the nation and supporting our native communities. As anticipated with any massive group that has important employees, we’ve got had staff check optimistic for COVID. When circumstances come up we’ve got strict protocols in place to maintain our staff and services secure. We now have additionally taken a number of precautionary measures throughout all of our places together with elevated cleansing and sanitation, each day temperature and well being screenings, masks necessities, and social distancing practices.”

Cuyahoga County stays one of many epicenters for the COVID-19 pandemic in Ohio, with greater than 53,000 reported infections and 822 deaths.

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