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Tyson Suspends Managers After Lawsuit Claims They Bet on Covid-19 Infections

Tyson Suspends Managers After Lawsuit Claims They Bet on Covid-19 Infections

Tyson Foods Inc. said it suspended managers at an Iowa pork plant following allegations that some wagered on the number of workers who would become in

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Tyson Foods Inc. said it suspended managers at an Iowa pork plant following allegations that some wagered on the number of workers who would become infected with Covid-19, as the pandemic roiled the meat industry last spring.

Dean Banks, Tyson’s chief executive, said Thursday that the company had hired law firm Covington & Burling LLP to investigate the allegations. The claims were made in a wrongful-death lawsuit brought by the family of a former employee of the Waterloo, Iowa, plant who died in April after contracting the…

This post first appeared on wsj.com

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