As shown by the current scale of the coronavirus, without proper sterilization equipment and effective carcass disposal options, if diseases originating in animals are left unchecked, they can easily lead to pandemics.
As experts have pointed out, there is still no need to panic because of the G4 virus. However, that does not mean that the appearance of a new swine flu strain should be underestimated.
As shown by this recent outbreak, companies still have to be mindful of the necessary safety measures to prevent incidents like these. In the case of the 2 Sisters Food Group, their troubles go back before the start of the pandemic: outdated and faulty equipment can also be very costly for those working in the meat industry.
Following preventive safety measures by some of the major and busiest international airports to prevent the spread of coronavirus (Covid-19) after its outbreak in Wuhan, China, many others initiated similar steps. The coronavirus has spread to 25 more countries in a month, inviting border closures and health emergencies declared by a number of countries.
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