A pork processing plant in central Alberta has announced it has been given the green light to gradually reopen after a COVID-19 outbreak forced it to shut down for two weeks.
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In a news release late Wednesday, Olymel said it had been given approval by Alberta Health to begin reopening.
Slaughter operations were scheduled to resume Thursday and cutting room operations on Friday.