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Nearly a quarter of employees of an ice cream factory in Germany have been diagnosed with the novel coronavirus.

Nearly a quarter of employees of an ice cream factory in Germany have been diagnosed with the novel coronavirus.

pandemic prevention personnel on the streets of Germany (Reuters)

According to German media reports on the 16th, a COVID-19 cluster epidemic has occurred in an ice cream factory in Osnabrück, Baathony, and nearly a quarter of the employees have been diagnosed.

The factory has about 850 employees, and the number of confirmed cases has risen to 210, two of whom have been diagnosed with the mutant novel coronavirus found in the UK.

The factory has shut down its production line and established a virus testing center since the first confirmed case of COVID-19 last week.

About 670 employees who entered the factory after January 25 have been quarantined, of whom 398 tested negative for COVID-19, and some of them are still waiting for their test results.

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