Electrolux Supplier Tests Positive For COVID-19, 3 Employees Sent Home, Building Sanitized

Electrolux Supplier Tests Positive For COVID-19, 3 Employees Sent Home, Building Sanitized

Electrolux Supplier Tests Positive For COVID-19, 3 Employees Sent Home, Building Sanitized

SPRINGFIELD TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – The Electrolux division in Springfield has announced that the firm has sent three of it’s Springfield employees home due to exposure to a supplier that tested positive for the Coronavirus.

In a statement released to Smokey Barn News, the firm indicates that the supplier was never inside the main factory, only a small adjacent building that has been thoroughly sanitized and disinfected.

“After learning three of our Springfield employees had been in close contact with a supplier who is confirmed positive for coronavirus, we took immediate action to ensure the safety and well-being of all employees. Importantly, the supplier was not in the factory. Instead, they were in a small adjacent building. We have done a very thorough sanitization and disinfection of that building, and as a precautionary measure, our three employees are at home.”  Eloise Hale – Corporate Communications Executive with Electrolux North America

As Robertson County reports it’s 3rd case of COVID-19 Sunday afternoon, Gov. Bill Lee has signed an executive order mandating alternative business models for restaurants and gyms. The Executive Order (17) also prohibits social gatherings of 10 or more people but does not address manufacturing. FULL REPORT

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