China bans import of frozen chickens from the US

China has banned imports from Tyson Foods, a United States (US) poultry producer, and ordered the closure of a Pepsi plant in Beijing.

According to the details of Baaghi TV, the Chinese government measures to stem the tide of the epidemic in the capital are affecting the food industry.

Medical authorities have confirmed 22 new victims and tested 2 million people after a new wholesale market-linked victim emerged.

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Customs officials say that Tyson Foods’ import of frozen chickens is being temporarily suspended because of a virus outbreak at one of the company’s factories in the US. Furthermore, they said that the company’s products, which are already in China, will also be confiscated.

Orders have also been issued for the closure of a Pepsi snack factory in Beijing.

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Around 220 people have been tested positive for coronavirus in the second layer of the pandemic, this time in the China’s capital city.

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