As Many Americans Stay Home, Factory Workers Continue Production Around The Clock

As businesses around the United States look to reopen, they can take lessons from factories that have stayed open to serve us during the COVID-19 pandemic. At places like the Charmin factors or General Mills, they’ve implemented regulations like stretched out shift changes, compartmentalizing work areas and employees, temperature checks, and spacious seating in break rooms. While an adjustment to normal workflow, it’s worked well, with no confirmed cases coming from either place.

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