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Lawsuit: Tyson managers bet money on how many workers would contract COVID-19

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1 month ago - Friday 11/20/20 - 10:24:50 AM EST (GMT-5)
On Thursday 11/19/20 - 11:57:32 AM CowDung wrote:
It's raw chicken- - if people get sick after eating it, they apparently didn't cook it well enough to kill off the salmonella much less flu virus.
On Friday 11/20/20 - 9:47:37 AM postallbear wrote:
It was a hog processing plant. Guess that kind of answers Spooners question too.

Sorry, I usually associate Tyson with chicken. Eating raw or undercooked pork is supposed to be dangerous as well. Either way, it seems unlikely that covid would be spread to the general public by way of the meat products.
1 month ago - Friday 11/20/20 - 4:23:55 PM EST (GMT-5)
So, that's a no then?
1 month ago - Friday 11/20/20 - 5:43:13 PM EST (GMT-5)

Funny how news story headlines used to be something of a summary of the news story...

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