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    Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.More than 22 percent of the employees at a Tyson Foods pork processing plant in Iowa have tested positive for coronavirus, the Iowa Department of Public Health confirmed Thursday. Testing recently administered to workers at the facility, which is located in Storm Lake, resulted in 555 employees testing positive out of 2,517, the Des Moines Register reported, citing the Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH). SEE HIM: SUPERMARKET SHOPPER UPSET ABOUT PURCHASING LIMITS THROWS STEAK AT CASHIER Over the past few months, Tyson Foods facilities across the country have been forced to temporarily shutter following outbreaks of COVID-19, or staffing shortages caused by the pandemic. In late April, company chairman John H. Tyson even took out full-page ads in The New York Times, Washington Post and Arkansas Democrat-Gazette to outline the company’s response to the ongoing coronavirus health crisis. At the time, he also stated that further closures — not only of Tyson Foods facilities, but competitors’ facilities as well — would put more stress on the...