A Top Glove employee inspects newly-made gloves at one of the company’s factories in Shah Alam, Malaysia, before a coronavirus outbreak interrupted production. Photo: Reuters A Top Glove employee inspects newly-made gloves at one of the company’s factories in Shah Alam, Malaysia, before a coronavirus outbreak interrupted production. Photo: Reuters
A Top Glove employee inspects newly-made gloves at one of the company’s factories in Shah Alam, Malaysia, before a coronavirus outbreak interrupted production. Photo: Reuters
Malaysia

Coronavirus Malaysia: Top Glove put profits before people, say migrant workers

  • Foreign labourers say cramped dormitories led to over 5,000 Covid-19 cases and one death in the company’s factories near Kuala Lumpur
  • Meanwhile, a whistle-blower who was fired for sharing photos about factory conditions said he was concerned distancing was not being enforced

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A Top Glove employee inspects newly-made gloves at one of the company’s factories in Shah Alam, Malaysia, before a coronavirus outbreak interrupted production. Photo: Reuters A Top Glove employee inspects newly-made gloves at one of the company’s factories in Shah Alam, Malaysia, before a coronavirus outbreak interrupted production. Photo: Reuters
A Top Glove employee inspects newly-made gloves at one of the company’s factories in Shah Alam, Malaysia, before a coronavirus outbreak interrupted production. Photo: Reuters
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