Six people test positive for COVID-19 at Mowi Scotland facility

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Employees now at home self isolating.

Dunfermline Press reports that NHS Fife has confirmed that six people with links to a Mowi Scotland’s value-added facility at Rosyth, Fife, Scotland, have tested positive for Covid-19.

NHS Fife told the publication that there is “no evidence at this stage” to suggest widespread transmission of the virus amongst staff working at the facility.

A spokesperson for Mowi said the six employees were now at home self isolating: “These cases form two separate ‘clusters’, which originated outside of the workplace and are not linked,” they said.

“We carried out immediate contact tracing internally, with a number of other employees now also self-isolating at home as a precaution; and all potential areas of transmission received additional deep-cleaning immediately,” added the spokesperson to Dunfermline Press.


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