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COVID-19 outbreak at Surrey poultry plant infects 29

COVID-19.Fraser Health said it issued a 10-day closure order for Sunrise Poultry Processors at 13542 73A Ave. on Friday.

COVID-19 outbreak declared at second B.C. poultry plant this month “We will continue to monitor for additional cases, and case and contact management is ongoing,” the health authority said in a media release.“Those identified as cases and close contacts have been instructed to self-isolate.”The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says there is no evidence linking food to the transmission of COVID-19, but the public is advised to always cook meat thoroughly and ensure there is no cross-contamination when preparing it.B.C.

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COVID-19.Fraser Health said it issued a 10-day closure order for Sunrise Poultry Processors at 13542 73A Ave. on Friday.
KATHMANDU, Nepal (AP) - The coronavirus has conquered the world's highest mountain.A Norwegian climber became the first to be tested for COVID-19 in Mount Everest base camp and was flown by helicopter to Kathmandu, where he was hospitalized.Erlend Ness told The Associated Press in a message Friday that he tested positive on April 15.

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