Minh Phu Seafood Corporation are finally allowed to process 200 tons of backlogged shrimp

Ca Mau province has a policy for Minh Phu Seafood Corporation to handle over 200 tons of backlogged shrimp, after this unit discovered a male worker was positive for Covid-19.

On September 8, Mr. Le Van Su, Vice Chairman of Ca Mau Provincial People’s Committee, signed a document for the policy for Minh Phu Seafood Corporation (Minh Phu Seafood Group, Ward 8, Ca Mau City) to organize production.

Accordingly, the People’s Committee of Ca Mau province agreed to let Minh Phu Seafood Group arrange 220 workers (including 96 employees who are working 3 on-site and additional 124 employees) to handle the backlog of shrimp at the factory. At the same time, the Chairman of Ca Mau Provincial People’s Committee asked Minh Phu Seafood Corporation to be responsible for reviewing and ensuring that the workers involved in production are not F1, F2, F3 and do not come from affected areas and lockdown areas. The area is under lockdown and medical isolation.

The company must test 100% of employees before arranging production; continue to maintain production according to option 3 on-site and carry out periodic PCR testing every 3 days/time/100% of workers until the end of 14 days (from the date of detecting case F0 at the company).

Previously, on September 6, Minh Phu Seafood Group organized a quick Covid-19 test for more than 1,370 employees who were still at home (not working under option 3 on-site) to prepare to work again under the normal production plan. often new and discovered male workers LMH (27 years old) has Covid-19.

After that, Ca Mau authorities temporarily blocked the area around Minh Phu Seafood Corporation to trace the workers who came into contact with the patient L.M.H. During this time, the production workshop of Minh Phu Seafood Group was stagnant with over 200 tons of unprocessed and unprocessed semi-finished products.

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