The German authorities gave the go-ahead for the reopening of the meat processing plant in Tönnies on Wednesday after the outbreak of the corona virus, which was detected in June last year by their workers, was forced.
The outbreak started in the slaughterhouse of the meat company Tönnies in the city of Rheda-Wiedenbrück in the district of Gütersloh, but soon spread to the packaging plant and spread to 1,400 people, which has already forced the facilities to be closed, restricting the entire city to around 7,000 inhabitants .
After several inspections, the Rheda-Wiedenbrück authorities finally gave the go-ahead for the reopening on Friday so that the company can take in cattle and gradually increase production, but cannot cut it. an approval, the further examination of which is pending.
The one in Gütersloh was the first major outbreak of the coronavirus in Germany after the beginning of de-escalation. The country already has 200,755 confirmed cases, including 9,079 deaths.