China’s customs agency said all shipments from a Tyson Foods plant hit by the coronavirus will be temporarily detained. Photo: AP China’s customs agency said all shipments from a Tyson Foods plant hit by the coronavirus will be temporarily detained. Photo: AP
China’s customs agency said all shipments from a Tyson Foods plant hit by the coronavirus will be temporarily detained. Photo: AP

Coronavirus: China suspends poultry imports from Tyson Foods plant after workers test positive

  • All shipments that have arrived or are en route will be temporarily detained, customs agency says
  • Reuters says affected factory is in Springdale, Arizona

Topic |   US-China relations
China’s customs agency said all shipments from a Tyson Foods plant hit by the coronavirus will be temporarily detained. Photo: AP China’s customs agency said all shipments from a Tyson Foods plant hit by the coronavirus will be temporarily detained. Photo: AP
China’s customs agency said all shipments from a Tyson Foods plant hit by the coronavirus will be temporarily detained. Photo: AP
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