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Tyson Foods provides tour of plant facilities to Arkansas Department of Health

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SPRINGDALE, Ark. — Tyson Foods Inc. provided tours of two production plants in Northwest Arkansas on April 24 to state and federal health officials to outline the safety measures and social distancing efforts in place at Tyson facilities.

Plant managers led extensive tours of the company’s Berry Street plant in Springdale, Ark.; and Chick-N-Quick plant in Rogers, Ark.

Attending the tours were: Dr. Richard McMullen, state environmental health director and associate director for science, Center for Local Public Health, Arkansas Department of Health; Dr. Allison James, epidemic intelligence service officer with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. . .

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