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Jul 31, 2020

A cluster infection occurred in an Irish dog food factory, and some products were sold overseas

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On July 30, the “Irish Dog Food” production plant in Naas City, County Kildare, west of the Irish capital Dublin, was infected with the new crown pneumonia virus caused by a cluster of workers, and the plant was forced to close.

The “Irish Dog Food” production plant is an animal food production plant under the Kuili Group, a large-scale agricultural and food company in Ireland. It was established in the mid-1990s. The products are sold throughout Ireland and overseas markets. There are about two permanent employees in the factory. A hundred.

After the staff became infected, the factory took measures to close the factory, quarantined the staff found to be infected, and cooperated with the government health department to start thorough disinfection and cleaning of the factory.

However, the factory spokesperson declined to disclose the number of infected people, and when the infection was discovered. However, according to relevant officials of the Irish government, 30 to 40 workers are infected.

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